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A. Asano and S. Yokozeki,
Morphological multiresolution pattern spectrum
IEICE Trans. Fundamentals, E80-A, 9, 1662-1666 (1997). PDF


The pattern spectrum has been proposed to represent morphological size distribution of an image. However, the conventional pattern spectrum cannot extract approximate shape information from image objects spotted by noisy pixels since this is based only on opening. In this paper, a novel definition of the pattern spectrum, multiresolution pattern spectrum (MPS), involving both opening and closing is proposed. MPS is capable of distinguishing details from approximate information of the image.


image analysis, multiscale analysis, mathematical morphology