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Philippe Belhomme, Abder Elmoataz, Paulette Herlin, Marinette Revenu, Daniel Bloyet & Anne-Marie Mandard

Adaptative morphological segmentation: application to histological and cytological images

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Abstract

Medical image segmentation is a complex problem by reason of the wide range of image classes and aims to reach. It is usually achieved through the use of procedures which are solely fitted to one class and which integrate, in an opaque way, several kinds of knowledge. So a general strategy allowing to process some resolutely different microscopic image classes with the same approach is presented here. It deals with a region growing operator drawn from the mathematical morphology tool that is the watershed transformation and combines image features in an adaptive way.

Keywords : adaptative segmentation, color segmentation, mathematical morphology, medical imaging

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Philippe Belhomme, Abder Elmoataz, Paulette Herlin, Marinette Revenu, Daniel Bloyet & Anne-Marie Mandard, «Adaptative morphological segmentation: application to histological and cytological images», Acta Stereologica [En ligne], Volume 14 (1995), Number 2 - Quantitative image analysis - Nov. 1995, 113-120 URL : https://popups.ulg.ac.be/0351-580x/index.php?id=735.

Over : Philippe Belhomme

GREYC-URA CNRS 1526-ISMRA, 6 Bd Mar. Juin F-14050 Caen, France

Over : Abder Elmoataz

GREYC-URA CNRS 1526-ISMRA 6 Bd Mar. Juin F-14050 Caen, France; LUSAC Site Universitaire, B.P. 78, F50130 Octeville, France

Over : Paulette Herlin

Lab. d ’Ana. Path. Centre BACLESSE, Route de Lion/mer F-14021 Caen, France

Over : Marinette Revenu

GREYC-URA CNRS 1526-ISMRA 6 Bd Mar. Juin F-14050 Caen, France

Over : Daniel Bloyet

GREYC-URA CNRS 1526-ISMRA 6 Bd Mar. Juin F-14050 Caen

Over : Anne-Marie Mandard

Lab. d ’Ana. Path. Centre BACLESSE, Route de Lion/mer F-14021 Caen, France