2 February 2011 Real-time topological image smoothing on shared memory parallel machines
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Smoothing filter is the method of choice for image preprocessing and pattern recognition. We present a new concurrent method for smoothing 2D object in binary case. Proposed method provides a parallel computation while preserving the topology by using homotopic transformations. We introduce an adapted parallelization strategy called split, distribute and merge (SDM) strategy which allows efficient parallelization of a large class of topological operators including, mainly, smoothing, skeletonization, and watershed algorithms. To achieve a good speedup, we cared about task scheduling. Distributed work during smoothing process is done by a variable number of threads. Tests on 2D binary image (512*512), using shared memory parallel machine (SMPM) with 8 CPU cores (2× Xeon E5405 running at frequency of 2 GHz), showed an enhancement of 5.2 thus a cadency of 32 images per second is achieved.
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Ramzi Mahmoudi, Mohamed Akil, "Real-time topological image smoothing on shared memory parallel machines", Proc. SPIE 7871, Real-Time Image and Video Processing 2011, 787109 (2 February 2011); doi: 10.1117/12.872275; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.872275
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