Digital Geometry: Introduction and Bibliography

@inproceedings{Rosenfeld1997DigitalGI,
  title={Digital Geometry: Introduction and Bibliography},
  author={Azriel Rosenfeld},
  year={1997}
}
Digital geometry deals with geometrical properties of "digital objects", which are usually taken to be sets of lattice points in the discrete space Zn. Such objects are often the result of applying a "digitization" process to objects in the Euclidean space Rn. A central theme in digital geometry is how to characterize digital objects that could be the digitizations of "real" objects that have given geometric properties. The literature on digital geometry dates back to the late 1960's. The… CONTINUE READING

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