[Numpy-discussion] binary thinning
klimek at grc.nasa.gov
Wed Dec 8 15:23:06 CST 2004
Peter Verveer wrote:
> Hi Bob,
> I noticed two problems:
> 1) you construct rotations of your structures with the nd_image.rotate
> function. That will not work properly because this function uses
> spline interpolation, which not necessarily produces exact results. In
> this case you need to use another, exact rotation method, see my
> implementation below.
> 2) I think (correct me if I am wrong) that the application of the 8
> structures is sequential, not parallel as you do it.
> Below I give my implementation, which does not produce the exact same
> result as shown on the webpage you refer to, although the result seems
> to be a proper skeleton. This may be because the order in which the
> structures are applied matters (I think). Could you maybe test that by
> permutating the order in which the structures are applied? I would be
> interested if this is true and if one can get the same result as on
> the webpage by finding the right sequence...
Thanks much for getting back to me on this. Your sample code was very
helpful! :-) I rewrote my function based on yours and I'm getting the
same answer. So far I haven't been able to figure out why is it
different from the web site and so far I haven't tried changing the
order of the structuring elements. I'll try tomorrow. I'll let you know
if I come up with anything new.
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