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Citation KeyZampirolliLott:2000:ClDiTr
TitleClassification of the distance transformation algorithms under the mathematical morphology approach
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Author1 Zampirolli, Francisco de Assis
2 Lottufo, Roberto de Alencar
EditorCarvalho, Paulo Cezar Pinto
Walter, Marcelo
Conference NameBrazilian Symposium on Computer Graphics and Image Processing, 13 (SIBGRAPI)
Conference LocationGramado, RS, Brazil
PublisherIEEE Computer Society
Publisher CityLos Alamitos
Tertiary TypeFull Paper
OrganizationSBC - Brazilian Computer Society
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Keywordsimage processing,distance transformation algorithm classification,mathematical morphology,binary image,distance metric,parallel algorithms,sequential raster algorithms,propagation algorithms,computer architectures, image processing.
AbstractThe distance transform (DT) is a morphological erosion of the binary image by a given structuring function, that dictates the distance metric in the transformation. There are many known algorithms and structuring function decompositions to efficiently implement a morphological erosion. Most of the erosion algorithms are classified as parallel, sequential raster (and anti-raster), and propagation. Based on this classification and decomposition, we review and classify most of the DT algorithms reported in the literature. As a result of this study, we have contributed not only to better classify and understand the diversity of the DT algorithms in the literature, but also to create a collection of efficient erosion algorithms suitable to different computer architectures.
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NotesThe conference was held in Gramado, RS, Brazil, from October 17 to 20.
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