1 January 2004 New grayscale hit-miss operator
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Abstract
The morphological binary hit-miss operator has been used extensively to locate features within a binary image. We propose a grayscale hit-miss operator that detects signal shapes and is applicable to scalar-valued functions on one, two, or more dimensions. The hit and miss structuring elements define the lower and upper bounds of the signal: If a signal lies between the hit and miss templates, then the hit-miss operator will produce a one output; otherwise, it will respond with zero. We incorporate a fuzzy logic element to the hit-miss operator to indicate how strongly the signal matches the hit-miss templates.
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Arthur Robert Weeks, Arthur Robert Weeks, Lloyd J. Sartor, Lloyd J. Sartor, Samuel S. Richie, Samuel S. Richie, } "New grayscale hit-miss operator," Journal of Electronic Imaging 13(1), (1 January 2004). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.1631318 . Submission:
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