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Image Filtering Using Morphological Amoebas


This article presents the use of anisotropic dynamic structuring elements, or amoebas, in order to build content-aware noise reduction filters. The amoeba is the ball defined by a special geodesic distance computed for each pixel, and can be used as a kernel for many kinds of filters and morphological operators. 1. Introduction Noise is possibly the most annoying problem in the field of image processing. There are two ways to work around it: either design particularly robust algorithms that can work in noisy environments, or try to eliminate the noise in a first step while losing as little relevant information as possible and consequently use a normally robust algorithm. There are of course many algorithms that aim at reducing the amount of noise in images. In mathematical morphology filters can be, broadly-speaking, divided into two groups: 1 alternate sequential filters based on morphological openings and clos-ings, that are quite effective but also remove thin elements such as canals or peninsulas. Even worse, they can displace the contours and thus create additional problems in a segmentation application.
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hal-01140310 , version 1 (08-04-2015)



Romain Lerallut, Etienne Decencière, Fernand Meyer. Image Filtering Using Morphological Amoebas. 7th international symposium on mathematical morphology, 2005, Paris, France. ⟨10.1007/1-4020-3443-1_2⟩. ⟨hal-01140310⟩
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