A morphological algorithm for photomosaicking

  title={A morphological algorithm for photomosaicking},
  author={P. A. Francisco and Neucimar Jer{\^o}nimo Leite},
  journal={1996 8th European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO 1996)},
We define a morphological algorithm to combine two overlapping images into a single one by a process named photomosaicking. By means of a very powerful morphological operation, namely, the watershed transformation, the method described here considers global information of a correlation image to obtain a seam which is connected, irregular and, thus, more realistic than those defined by the existing methods. 

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