“Algorithms for image/vector conversion” by Rosenfeld

  • ©Azriel Rosenfeld

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    Algorithms for image/vector conversion

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    Digitized images can be converted into graphics format by segmenting them into regions and applying connected component analysis to the regions. Boundary chains can be constructed for each region, and the topological relationships among the regions can be extracted. Region maps can be reconstructed from this information.

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    1. Freeman, H. Computer processing of line drawing images. Computing Surveys 6 (1974), 57-97.
    2. Milgram, D. L. Constructing trees for region description. Technical Report 541, Computer Science Center, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, June 1977.
    3. Rosenfeld, A., and Kak, A. C. Digital Picture Processing. Academic Press, New York, 1976.

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