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By Pierre Soille

ISBN-10: 3540429883

ISBN-13: 9783540429883

Following the luck of the 1st version, fresh advancements within the box of morphological photo research known as for a longer moment version. The textual content has been absolutely revised with the objective of enhancing its readability whereas introducing new innovations of curiosity to genuine photograph research purposes. One bankruptcy dedicated to texture research has been additional. major extensions contain: dialogue approximately multichannel photos and their morphological processing, ordering family members on photo walls, hooked up operators and levellings, homotopy for greytone pictures, translation-invariant implementations of erosions and dilations through line segments, bolstered emphasis on rank-based morphological operators, gray tone hit-or-miss, ordered autonomous homotopic thinnings and anchored skeletons, self-dual geodesic transformation and reconstruction, zone established self-dual filters, anti-centre, watershed-based texture segmentation, texture types, and new clinical and business purposes.

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2 1 Ref. 141. These curves illustrate the above results, where under the conditions of total internal reflection the reflected wave has an equal amplitude to the incident wave, but undergoes a phase shift corresponding to OE degrees. A similar analysis may be applied to the TM modes at the interface which leads to expressions for reflection and transmission of the form 1 Ref. O ,,� --r � 11;,'11<-,,"," c""mdc'llt r". J: ------ "' Fig. 0). Reproduced with permission from J. E. Mid­ winter. Opfical Fibers fOf Transmission, John Wiley to Sons Inc 1979.

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