Edge Detection Based on Ordered Directionally Monotone Functions
We present an image edge detection algorithm that is based on the concept of ordered directionally monotone functions, which permit our proposal to consider the direction of the edges at each pixel and perform accordingly. The results of this method are presented to the EUSFLAT 2017 Competition on Edge Detection.
KeywordsEdge detection Image processing Ordered directionally monotonicity Ordered directionally monotone functions
This work is supported by the research services of Universidad Publica de Navarra and by the project TIN2016-77356-P (AEI/FEDER, UE).
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