1 December 1993 Some principles and applications of adaptive mathematical morphology for range imagery
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Optical Engineering, 32(12), (1993). doi:10.1117/12.151299
Abstract
We explore the application of adaptive (i.e., data-dependent) mathematical morphology techniques to range imagery, i.e., the use of structuring elements that automatically adjust to the gray-scale values in a range image to deal with (e.g., extract or eliminate) features of known physical sizes.
Jacques G. Verly, Richard L. Delanoy, "Some principles and applications of adaptive mathematical morphology for range imagery," Optical Engineering 32(12), (1 December 1993). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.151299
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Mathematical morphology

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