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A New Inpainting Method for Highlights Elimination by Colour Morphology [chapter]

Francisco Ortiz, Fernando Torres
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we present a new application of the mathematical morphology: a single-image approach for the automatic detection and elimination of highlights in colour images.  ...  To eliminate the highlights detected, we use an image-inpainting method, by means of connected vectorial filters of the mathematical morphology.  ...  In this paper, we explain a new application of the mathematical morphology, an automatic and single-image system for the detection and elimination of brightness in colour images.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11552499_42 fatcat:kztoyglgajdpvd2ffpbocza5cu

A comparative study on multivariate mathematical morphology

E. Aptoula, S. Lefèvre
2007 Pattern Recognition  
The successful application of univariate morphological operators on several domains, along with the increasing need for processing the plethora of available multivalued images, have been the main motives  ...  The few theoretical requirements of this extension, consisting primarily of a ranking scheme as well as extrema operators for vectorial data, have led to numerous suggestions with diverse properties.  ...  Ronse and the anonymous reviewers for their valuable comments, as well as the members of the FoDoMuST 1 project, for the remote sensing data and technical support during the classification experiments.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.patcog.2007.02.004 fatcat:gk6ugw2elngsfmmbw4eeylk7ly

Hierarchical morphological graph signal multi-layer decomposition for editing applications

Olivier Lezoray
2020 IET Image Processing  
Since morphological filtering operators require a complete lattice, a dedicated approach for the morphological processing of vectorial data on graphs is used.  ...  As state-of-the-art editing approaches decompose an image into several layers in order to manipulate them, they propose a hierarchical multi-layer decomposition of graph signals that relies on morphological  ...  The brightness values on a 1D image slice (indicated by the red line on the original image) are shown under each image ones for images, since SSIM and BRISQUE are defined only for images).  ... 
doi:10.1049/iet-ipr.2019.0576 fatcat:ojxzh32l6nez7fiyovfzaijgvu

In Field Detection of Downy Mildew Symptoms with Proximal Colour Imaging

Florent Abdelghafour, Barna Keresztes, Christian Germain, Jean-Pierre Da Costa
2020 Sensors  
This paper proposes to study the potentialities of on-board colour imaging for the in-field detection of a textbook case disease: the grapevine downy mildew.  ...  It introduces an algorithmic strategy for the detection of various forms of foliar symptoms on proximal high-resolution images.  ...  To a lesser extent, it also eliminates overly bright or overly dark pixels. This step is achieved simply by calculating the histogram of hue vales and then applying the Otsu threshold [22] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/s20164380 pmid:32764472 pmcid:PMC7472195 fatcat:cpcxhe6q5zd5ffjmxhmu4zq72q

An automated technique to determine spatio-temporal changes in satellite island images with vectorization and spatial queries

2015 Sadhana (Bangalore)  
The study presented in this paper is based on (i) recognition and extraction of an island object in a set of digital images captured by LandSat-7 satellite and (ii) modelling it as a polygon (vectorial  ...  For spatio-temporal and topologic analyses, vectorial information (carrying coordinate values defined as point sets) gives better information than its raster (grid of pixels) counterpart.  ...  Also, we thank the referees for their valuable comments to improve our paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12046-014-0309-7 fatcat:cdunvkkjzbcynnkwgq4xm52vsy

Improving quality inspection of food products by computer vision––a review

Tadhg Brosnan, Da-Wen Sun
2004 Journal of Food Engineering  
This inspection approach based on image analysis and processing has found a variety of different applications in the food industry.  ...  With increased expectations for food products of high quality and safety standards, the need for accurate, fast and objective quality determination of these characteristics in food products continues to  ...  Possible defect areas were first extracted by means of morphological image reconstruction and then classified according to a predefined list of defects.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0260-8774(03)00183-3 fatcat:23pkq42lbnag7bq63vaocm2f2i

Real-Time Elimination of Brightness in Color Images by MS Diagram and Mathematical Morphology [chapter]

Francisco Ortiz
Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper proposes a real-time method for the detection and elimination of brightness in color images.  ...  We use a new connected vectorial filter based on color morphology to eliminate the brightness.  ...  A minimum cost approach for brightness elimination: multiprocessor configuration. Fig. 3 . 3 Colour images for empirical study.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-74272-2_57 fatcat:csu7b7zppfhc5p267dw2fjfbi4

In vivomagnetic resonance imaging: insights into structure and function of the central nervous system

Oliver Natt, Jens Frahm
2005 Measurement science and technology  
Spatially resolved nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) techniques provide structural, metabolic and functional insights into the central nervous system and allow for repetitive in vivo studies of both humans  ...  Complementing its prominent role in diagnostic imaging, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has evolved into an indispensable research tool in system-oriented neurobiology where contributions to functional  ...  Image acquisition and reconstruction In order to facilitate the understanding of image acquisition and reconstruction in MRI, the concept of k-space has been shown to be highly advantageous.  ... 
doi:10.1088/0957-0233/16/4/r01 fatcat:72p7v5yqorgipjgf67dmkdgkrm

A novel approach for Multi-Tier security for XML based documents

Bimlendu Prasad Verma
2012 IOSR Journal of Computer Engineering  
However the data need to be secured in respect of confidentiality, integrity, authenticity and non-reproduction.  ...  Here we present an approach to achieve the Multi-Tier security that deals with providing integrity, non repudiation and different confidentiality levels for different users of the document.  ...  Ojha of Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Mewar University for encouraging and guiding us to write this paper. Acknowledgements  ... 
doi:10.9790/0661-0540104 fatcat:dlvsp3hzqjarpimzagisq7qrce

Genetically targeted 3D visualisation of Drosophila neurons under Electron Microscopy and X-Ray Microscopy using miniSOG [article]

Julian Ng, Alyssa Browning, Lorenz Lechner, Masako Terada, Gillian Howard, Gregory Jefferis
2016 bioRxiv   pre-print
Electron Microscopy (EM) is the favoured approach for synaptic resolution imaging but how such structures can be segmented from high-density images within large volume datasets remains challenging.  ...  We also tested non-destructive X-ray imaging on whole Drosophila brains to evaluate contrast staining. This enables us to target specific regions for EM volume acquisition.  ...  images!also!provides!many!cell!and! neuroanatomical!relevant!features!that!is!useful!for!subsequent!reconstruction! and!analysis.! !highly!compatible!with!sample!preparation!methods!and!capable!of!  ... 
doi:10.1101/070755 fatcat:jg4zz7zsezbrlp6vg4sgm3foau

Structured illumination microscopy with noise-controlled image reconstructions [article]

Carlas S Smith, Johan Slotman, Lothar Schermelleh, Nadia Chakrova, Sangheeta Hari, Yoram Vos, Cornelis W Hagen, Marcel Mueller, Wiggert van Cappellen, Adriaan Houtsmuller, Jacob P Hoogenboom, Sjoerd Stallinga
2021 bioRxiv   pre-print
Both methods eliminate ad-hoc user adjustable reconstruction parameters in favour of physical parameters, enhancing objectivity.  ...  Super-resolution structured illumination microscopy (SIM) has become a widely used method for biological imaging.  ...  , and Willy Baarends for kindly providing mCherry-SYCP3 samples.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2021.03.11.434940 fatcat:sajsilz4urgw3ff5jndpuqxoo4

Emerging trends of optical interferometry in astronomy [article]

S.K. Saha
1999 arXiv   pre-print
The salient features of various detectors that are used for recording short-exposure images are summarized.  ...  The current status of the high spatial resolution imaging interferometry in optical astronomy is reviewed in the light of theoretical explanation, as well as of experimental constraints that exist in the  ...  Prior to this, Karovska and Nisenson (1992) also found in the reconstructed image of the same object, the evidence for the presence of a large bright feature on the surface.  ... 
arXiv:astro-ph/9910227v1 fatcat:sifsq2en2jbnxe53cy6dcdhigu

A Review on Automated Brain Tumor Detection and Segmentation from MRI of Brain [article]

Sudipta Roy, Sanjay Nag, Indra Kanta Maitra, Samir Kumar Bandyopadhyay
2013 arXiv   pre-print
The use of MRI image detection and segmentation in different procedures are also described.  ...  Automating this process is a challenging task because of the high diversity in the appearance of tumor tissues among different patients and in many cases similarity with the normal tissues.  ...  Some morphological operations have been used to eliminate the classification inaccuracy.  ... 
arXiv:1312.6150v1 fatcat:fspy3az4uffwjbwvjo75rjwdlu

Vision-based user interfaces: methods and applications

2002 International Journal of Human-Computer Studies  
After a brief introduction to basic concepts about interfaces and image processing, the attention will be shifted to the four main areas in which VBIs find their maximum expression, namely head tracking  ...  The focus will mostly be on techniques and prototypes intended for office and home PC-based use, as we are mainly interested in vision technology applied to ordinary computing environments.  ...  While bright images are obtained when the inner ring is on, dark images are acquired when the outer ring is on, in an interlaced way.  ... 
doi:10.1006/ijhc.2002.1012 fatcat:bfuy7kryznbujia7mdw6ag4cea

Weak gravitational lensing

Matthias Bartelmann, Peter Schneider
2001 Physics reports  
After summarising Friedmann-Lemaitre cosmological models, we present the formalism of gravitational lensing and light propagation in arbitrary space-times.  ...  The formalism is then applied to reconstructions of galaxy-cluster mass distributions, gravitational lensing by large-scale matter distributions, QSO-galaxy correlations induced by weak lensing, lensing  ...  We wish to thank Tereasa Brainerd, Klaus Dolag, Jean-Paul Kneib, Yannick Mellier and Robert Schmidt for allowing us to use their original illustrations and "gures in this review.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0370-1573(00)00082-x fatcat:yugxo5kymbbvlazyzlr4kfekka
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