Mathematical Morphology
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The Mathematical Morphology is a theory for the analysis of geometrical structures. More...

Modules

 Distance Maps
 Erosion And Dilation
 Geodesic Transformations
 Hit-Or-Miss And Skeleton
 Opening And Closing

Detailed Description

The Mathematical Morphology is a theory for the analysis of geometrical structures.

Morphology is based on the use of set operators (intersection, union, inclusion, complement) to transform an image. The transformed image has usually fewer details, implying a loss of information, but its main characteristics are still present. Once an image has been simplified by morphological processing, measurements can be computed to give a quantitative analysis of the image.

The basic morphological operators are either erosions or dilations. ImageViz supports several types of erosions and dilations such as: SoErosionCubeProcessing, SoErosionLineProcessing2d, SoErosionDiskProcessing2d and SoErosionSquareColorProcessing2d and SoDilationCubeProcessing, SoDilationLineProcessing2d, SoDilationDiskProcessing2d and SoDilationSquareColorProcessing2d.

Structuring Elements

2D image

3D image


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