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Resynthesis of Biological Images from Tree-Structured Decomposition Data

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Author(s)

Russell A. Kirsch

Abstract

In this paper we are simultaneously concerned with methods for decomposing grey scale microscope images and with methods for verifying the correctness of these decompositions. One such method is resynthesis. Resynthesis is viewed as a procedure whereby an analyzed scene can be reconstituted and subjected to an analysis by human (informal) methods to determine the information preservation of the process. Several algorithms are presented for different ways of resynthesizing a decomposed image from its morphological decomposition analysis.
Citation
Graphic Languages, F. Nake and A. Rosenfeld (eds.), North Holland Pub. Co., Amsterdam

Keywords

biological images, decomposition data, resynthesis

Citation

Kirsch, R. (1972), Resynthesis of Biological Images from Tree-Structured Decomposition Data, Graphic Languages, F. Nake and A. Rosenfeld (eds.), North Holland Pub. Co., Amsterdam, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=821707 (Accessed July 23, 2024)

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Created January 1, 1972, Updated February 17, 2017