Advances in Digital and Computational Geometry

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Reinhard Klette, Azriel Rosenfeld, Fridrich Sloboda
Springer Singapore, Sep 1, 1998 - Mathematics - 363 pages
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Computers are generally more appropriate for studying finitary objects, therefore current research on computer image analysis has led to the study of image geometry from finitary points of view, namely the digital and the computational. This handbook contains recent developments and provides a stimulating connection between the two fields, and includes an extensive bibliography.

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Digital Geometry
Topological Projection of Planar Discrete Patterns
Discrete Integral Geometry and Stochastic Images

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