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Simple directional gradients
|Please use this identifier to cite or link to this publication: http://hdl.handle.net/10380/3265|
Submitted by Richard Beare on 05-19-2011.
It is often useful to be able to compute the component of image gradient in a direction defined by a shape of some form, rather than relative to the image axis. This article introduces a simple method for doing this based on distance transforms that is potentially useful in a number of applications.
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|Categories:||Distance maps, Edge Detection|
|Keywords:||image gradient, distance transform|
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