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Demonstrating edge data across multiple resolution levels

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2 Author(s)
Michael Weeks ; Computer Science Department, Georgia State University, Atlanta, USA 30303 ; Evelyn Brannock

This work discusses edge detection based on the discrete wavelet transform, especially for biological images. In particular, we examine multiple octaves of an image, decomposed then reconstructed using the discrete wavelet transform. We show that this technique picks out edges from the background well.

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IEEE Southeastcon 2009

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5-8 March 2009