A Comparison Between Square and Hexagonal Sampling Methods for Pipeline Image Processing

@inproceedings{Staunton1989ACB,
  title={A Comparison Between Square and Hexagonal Sampling Methods for Pipeline Image Processing},
  author={Richard C. Staunton and Neil Storey},
  year={1989}
}
The majority of machine vision systems derive their input data by digitising an image to produce a square grid of sampled points. However, other sampling techniques can represent equal picture information in a smaller number of samples, with a consequent reduction in data rate. Several workers have looked at regular hexagonal sampling of images which produces optimum data rates for a given information content. Previous work on hexagonal sampling by the authors and others, has shown that image… CONTINUE READING
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