Morphological Spectra as Tools for Texture Analysis
There are presented formal properties of morphological spectra as a novel tool for analysis of textures. It is described a multi-level structure of the system of morphological spectra and the method of calculation of spectral components. Formal properties of morphological spectra: symmetries, ability to describe parallel shifts and rotations of analyzed images are presented. Several comments concerning practical aspects of using morphological spectra to analysis of textures are also given.
KeywordsTexture Analysis IEEE Computer Society Spectral Component Formal Property Parallel Shift
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