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Some sequential algorithms for a generalized distance transformation based on Minkowski operations

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2 Author(s)
Wang, X. ; Lab. Intelligence Artificielle et Analyse d''Images, Esiee, Noisy-Le-Grand, France ; Bertrand, G.

A generalized distance transformation (GDT) of binary images and the related medial axis transformation (MAT) are discussed. These transformations are defined in a discrete space of arbitrary dimension and arbitrary grids. The GDT is based on successive morphological operations using alternatively N arbitrary structuring elements: N is called the period of the GDT. The GDT differs from the classical distance transformations based on a point-to-point distance. However, the well-known chessboard, city-block, and hexagonal distance transformations are special cases of the one-period GDT, whereas the octagonal distance transformation is a special case of the two-period GDT. In this paper, both one- and two-period GDTs are discussed. Different sequential algorithms are proposed for computing such GDTs. These algorithms need a maximum of two scannings of the image. The computation of the MAT is also discussed

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Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:14 ,  Issue: 11 )

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Nov 1992

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