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Picture PROCESSING fundamentals Definition of snapshot Processing advent to ImageJ Grayscale snapshot Processing fundamentals Spatial picture Processing fundamentals The 5 periods of photo Processing SEGMENTATION AND category Segmentation class SPATIAL area FILTERING Spatial Filtering Operations Adaptive Filtering FREQUENCY area FILTERING The Spatial area and the Frequency area Frequency area Filtering IMAGE Read more...


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The computer simply provides tools to help with drawing that outline; with the manual methods there is no attempt by the computer to influence where the line is placed. Software may offer a choice between drawing an open or closed contour. In the latter case, when drawing around an object there is no need to ensure that the ends of the tracing meet, as they will automatically be joined. This is the most common mode to use, with open contours applied if closed ones fail to work as required. 2. 3.

Image data from the Chapel Hill Volume Rendering Test Data Set, Volume I. [1] With permission. 37 (a) and (b). 12. (Image data from the Chapel Hill Volume Rendering Test Data Set, Volume I. 1 Image Size The size of an image is expressed in terms of its extent in pixels, for example, 512 × 512 pixels. The pixel extent is sometimes called the matrix size of an image. 3. When displaying an image, it is important to maintain the relationship between the width and height of the image, the aspect ratio, to avoid apparent distortion of the image.

The classification process involves assigning each pixel in the image to a class, depending to which object it belongs. 1 Approaches to Segmentation There are three approaches to segmentation • Manual • Automatic • Semiautomatic Manual methods are very commonly used. For example, an expert radiologist will use an image processing program to trace the boundary of an organ seen in CT slices. All decisions about what should, or should not, be included in the segmented region are made by the human observer.

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