Real-time Non-linear Image Processing Using an Active Optical Scanning Technique
Optics and Laser Technology
Real-time non-linear image processing has been achieved using an active optical scanning technique. This paper reports experimental results in edge extraction for both binary and grey-scale transmissive objects. Binary edge extraction is achieved using morphological transformations, while grey-scale edge extraction is achieved using a threshold decomposition technique. Advantages and limitation of both techniques are identified.
Copyright © 1991, Elsevier
edge extraction, morphological transformation, optical scanning, non-linear image processing
Duncan, Bradley D.; Poon, Ting-Chung; and Piper, Ron John, "Real-time Non-linear Image Processing Using an Active Optical Scanning Technique" (1991). Electro-Optics and Photonics Faculty Publications. 4.