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Spatially variant morphological image processing: theory and applications
Visual Communications and Image Processing 2006
Originally, mathematical morphology was a theory of signal transformations which are invariant under Euclidean translations. An interest in the extension of mathematical morphology to spatially-variant (SV) operators has emerged due to the requirements imposed by numerous applications in adaptive signal (image) processing. This paper presents a general theory of spatially-variant mathematical morphology in the Euclidean space. We define the binary and gray-level spatially-variant basicdoi:10.1117/12.643296 fatcat:pyqr3erl6jfgtmpv4mnduruug4