Fuzzy relative position between objects in images: a morphological approach

  title={Fuzzy relative position between objects in images: a morphological approach},
  author={Isabelle Bloch},
1. I N T R O D U C T I O N The spatial arrangements of objects in images constitute an important information for recognition and interpretation tasks, in particular when the objects are embedded in a complex environment, like in medical images (especially brain images), or satellite and aerial images. A part of the relationships between objects can be described in terms of relative position, like "left to". This paper addresses the problem of defining such relationships. I t should be noted… CONTINUE READING

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