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Mathematical morphology (MM) is a strong method for the quantitative research of geometrical buildings. It comprises a wide and coherent choice of theoretical suggestions, nonlinear sign operators, and algorithms aiming at extracting, from pictures or different geometrical items, info regarding their form and dimension. Its mathematical origins stem from set thought, lattice algebra, and essential and stochastic geometry.
MM was once initiated within the past due Sixties by means of G. Matheron and J. Serra on the Fontainebleau tuition of Mines in France. initially it was once utilized to examining photos from geological or organic specimens. although, its wealthy theoretical framework, algorithmic potency, effortless implementability on targeted undefined, and suitability for lots of form- orientated difficulties have propelled its common diffusion and adoption through many educational and teams in lots of nations as one amongst the dominant picture research methodologies.
the aim of Mathematical Morphology and its functions to Imageand sign Processing is to supply the picture research group with a sampling from the present advancements within the theoretical (deterministic and stochastic) and computational elements of MM and its functions to photograph and sign processing. The e-book comprises the papers offered on the ISMM'96 grouped into the subsequent themes:

  • Theory
  • Connectivity
  • Filtering
  • Nonlinear procedure on the topic of Morphology
  • Algorithms/Architectures
  • Granulometries, Texture
  • Segmentation
  • Image series research
  • Learning
  • Document research
  • Applications

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