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Texture Analysis with Arbitrarily Oriented Morphological Opening and Closing

Abstract : This paper presents a fast, streaming algorithm for 1-D morphological opening on 2-D support. The algorithm is further extended to compute the complete size distribution during a single image run. The Structuring Element (SE) can be oriented under arbitrary angle that allows us to perform different orientation-involved image analysis, such as local angle extraction, directional granulometries, \etc The algorithm processes an image in constant time irrespective of the SE orientation and size, with a minimal latency and very low memory requirements. Regardless the SE orientation, it reads and writes data strictly sequentially in the horizontal scan order. Aforementioned properties allow an efficient implementation in embedded hardware platforms that opens a new opportunity of a parallel computation, and consequently, a significant speed-up.
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Jan Bartovsky, Eva Dokladalova, Michel Bilodeau, Petr Dokládal. Texture Analysis with Arbitrarily Oriented Morphological Opening and Closing. 2011. ⟨hal-00651251v2⟩



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