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- Jean Paul Frédéric Serra
- SIAM Review
- 1996

and programming exercises. The programming problems are written in such a way as to be understandable to almost anyone, even those who know almost nothing about programming. There is pedagogic value… (More)

- Philippe Salembier, Jean Paul Frédéric Serra
- IEEE Trans. Image Processing
- 1995

This correspondence deals with the notion of connected operators. Starting from the definition for operator acting on sets, it is shown how to extend it to operators acting on function. Typically, a… (More)

- Jean Paul Frédéric Serra
- Journal of Mathematical Imaging and Vision
- 1996

Classically, connectivity is a topological notion for sets, often introduced by means of arcs. A nontopological axiomatics has been proposed by Matheron and Serra. The present paper extends it to… (More)

- Jean Paul Frédéric Serra
- Journal of Mathematical Imaging and Vision
- 2005

After a formal definition of segmentation as the largest partition of the space according to a criterion σ and a function f, the notion of a morphological connection is reminded. It is used as an… (More)

- Allan Hanbury, Jean Paul Frédéric Serra
- DAGM-Symposium
- 2003

The use of 3D-polar coordinate representations of the RGB colour space is widespread, although many of these representations, such as HLS and HSV, have deficiencies rendering them unsuitable for… (More)

- Jean Paul Frédéric Serra
- Fundam. Inform.
- 2000

- Jesús Angulo, Jean Paul Frédéric Serra
- Bioinformatics
- 2003

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DNA microarrays are an experimental technology which consists in arrays of thousands of discrete DNA sequences that are printed on glass microscope slides. Image analysis is an important… (More)

- Jean Paul Frédéric Serra
- Journal of Mathematical Imaging and Vision
- 2005

Let E be an arbitrary space, and δ an extensive dilation of P(E) into itself, with an adjoint erosion ε. Then, the image δ[P(E)] of P(E) by δ is a complete lattice P where the sup is the union and… (More)

- Allan Hanbury, Jean Paul Frédéric Serra
- IEEE Trans. Image Processing
- 2001

Images encoding angular information are common in image analysis. Examples include the hue band of color images, or images encoding directional texture information. Applying mathematical morphology… (More)

- Jesús Angulo, Jean Paul Frédéric Serra
- ICIP
- 2003

The paper deals with the use of the various color pieces of information for segmenting color images and sequences with mathematical morphology operators. It is divided in four parts. The first one is… (More)