Gray Level Topological Angle Detection of High Curvature Points

2010-07-07
Cihan, Ibrahim Kivanc
ŞENEL, HAKAN GÜRAY
A new method of angle detection based on the topological median filter is proposed. Topological opening operator is used to detect corners and Topological closing operator is used to calculate the corner angles on gray level images.

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Citation Formats
I. K. Cihan and H. G. ŞENEL, “Gray Level Topological Angle Detection of High Curvature Points,” Bari, ITALY, 2010, p. 1618, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/65335.