1 October 1994 Morphological hit-or-miss transform for binary and gray-tone image processing and its optical implementation
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Optical Engineering, 33(10), (1994). doi:10.1117/12.179396
Abstract
A hit-or-miss transform architecture and a canonical Boolean logic format and threshold decomposition algorithm are proposed to process binary and gray-tone images with morphological combined operations. The transformation of morphological combined image processing functions to hit-or-miss transforms is explicit: Binary functions are formulated by a summation of hit-or-miss transforms and gray-tone functions formulated by a double summation. A simple optical hit-or-miss transform processor is suggested on the basis of incoherent two-channel correlation with dual-rail spatial coding. The hit-or-miss transforms can be realized optically in one parallel processing step. Thus, binary and gray-tone image processing functions can be implemented by the repeated use of the optical processor with different structuring elements.
Liren Liu, "Morphological hit-or-miss transform for binary and gray-tone image processing and its optical implementation," Optical Engineering 33(10), (1 October 1994). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.179396
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Image processing

Binary data

Logic

Superposition

Edge detection

Liquid crystals

Optical correlators

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