1 June 1998 Morphological ordered grayscale erosion for optical image processing
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Abstract
An ordered gray-scale erosion is suggested according to the definition of hit-miss transform. Instead of using three operations, two images, and two structuring elements, the developed operation requires only one operation and one structuring element, but with three grayscale levels. Therefore, a union of the ordered gray-scale erosions with different structuring elements can constitute a simple image algebra to program any combined image processing function. An optical parallel ordered gray-scale erosion processor is developed based on the incoherent correlation in a single channel. Experimental results are also given for an edge detection and a pattern recognition.
Hongmei Jing, Liren Liu, Huiquan Cheng, Lan Shao, "Morphological ordered grayscale erosion for optical image processing," Optical Engineering 37(6), (1 June 1998). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.601714 . Submission:
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