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Classification of the distance transformation algorithms under the mathematical morphology approach

Francisco de Assis ZampirolliRoberto de Alencar Lottufo

The distance transform (DT) is a morphological erosion of the binary image by a given structuring function, that dictates the distance metric in the transformation. There are many known algorithms and structuring function decompositions to efficiently implement a morphological erosion. Most of the erosion algorithms are classified as parallel, sequential raster (and anti-raster), and propagation. Based on this classification and decomposition, we review and classify most of the DT algorithms reported in the literature. As a result of this study, we have contributed not only to better classify and understand the diversity of the DT algorithms in the literature, but also to create a collection of efficient erosion algorithms suitable to different computer architectures.

http://sibgrapi.sid.inpe.br/rep-/sid.inpe.br/banon/2002/11.07.10.25

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