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Properties of a Digitized Ii Image resolution ..M Image Definition.................. .1-2 Number of planes nage Type Grayscale Images 1-4 Color I Complex images ……………1-5 re fi l-6 Internal Representation of an ni vision Image Image b 1-8 Mask l-10 When to Use 1-10 Concepts 1-10 Chapter 2 Display mage Display.... ·; Concepts In-Depth Disci 2-2 Display Modes… Mapping methods for 16-Bit lmage displa When to Use Concepts C National Instruments Corporation V N/ Vision Concepts Manual Contents In-Depth Discussion........... Gray palette Temperature Palette 6 Rainbow palette .26 Gradient Pale 2-7 Binary palette “““+ Regions of Interest When to use 2-8 Concepts Nondestructive Overlay 2-10 C oncepts…… “·4 Chapter 3 System Setup and calibration Setting up your imaging s ystem Acquiring Quality Images Resolu Contrast Perspecti Distortion Spatial Calibration When to Use 3-7 C 3-8 Calibration process ““ 3-8 Coordinate system.... Calibration algorithm Calibration Quality Information 3-12 Image correction.… 3-14 Correction region 3-14 Simple calibration 3-16 Redefining a Coordinate Systen.…… 3-17 N/Vision Concepts Manual n. com Contents PART‖l Image Processing and analysis Chapter 4 Image Analysis Histogram When to Use Concepts 4-2 4-3 Cumulative histogram 4-3 Interpretation Histogram Scale 4-4 Histogram of Color Images 4-5 Line profile When to U Concepts Intensity m 4-6 When to Use 46 C 4-7 Chapter 5 Image Processing Lookup tables… Concepts Example 5-2 Predefined Lookup Tables 5-3 Logarithmic and Inverse Gamma Correction 5-3 Exponential and Gamma Correction …5-6 equali 5-8 Conⅴ olution kernels 5-10 Concepts.... patial Filtering…… Concepts 5-14 Spatial Filter Types summary 5-14 Linear filters 14 Nonlinear filte 5-27 In-Depth Discussion C National Instruments Corporation N/ Vision Concepts Manual Contents Nonlinear prewitt filte Nonlinear sobel filter Nonlinear gradient filter Roberts filter Differentiation Filter....................5-34 Sigma filter 5-34 Lowpass Filter…………….…. 5-34 taian 5-34 Nth order filter…5-34 Grayscale Morphology When to Use C oncepts……… “·4 36 Erosion function 5-36 Dilation function 5-36 Erosion and Dilation Examples. 6 Opening Function 5-37 Closing function....... 5-38 Opening and Closing Examples.....5-38 Proper-Opening Function 5-39 Proper-Closing function Auto-Median Function 5-3 In-Depth discussion 5-39 Erosion Concept and Mathematics…… 5-39 Dilation Concept and Mathematics......5-40 Proper-Opening Concept and Proper-Closing Concept and mathematics 41 Auto- Median Concept and mathematics……….…...….…..5-41 Chapter 6 Operators Introduction… 6-1 When to Use……………… .6-1 Concepts 6-1 Arithmetic Operators Logic and comparison operators Truth tables Example E de 2 6-6 N/Vision Concepts Manual n. com ontents Chapter 7 Frequency Domain Analysis Cond FFT Representation.... 7-3 Standard Representation 17-3 Optical representation 7-4 Lowpass FFT Filters 17-6 Lowpass attenuation Lowpass Truncation......... 7-7 Highpass FFT Filters… 17-8 Highpass Attenuation Highpass Truncation…… 79 Mask fft filters 7-11 In-Depth Discussion 7-11 F ourier Transform..… FFT Display… ··: 7-12 PARTⅢ Particle Analysis Introduction ….H-1 When to use I-2 Concepts…….….….….….….… II-2 Chapter 8 Image Segmentation Thresholding When to u Global Grayscale Thresholding…… When to use Concepts............ Manual threshold 8. Automatic threshold Global Color Thresholding…… 8-10 When to u 8-10 Concepts 8-10 Local threshold 8-12 When to u 8-12 Concepts .8-12 I-Depth Di 8-15 C National Instruments Corporation N/ Vision Concepts Manual Contents Thresholding Considerations…… 8-15 Morphological Segmentation 8-16 When to use 8-16 C 8-16 Watershed Transform 8-19 In-Depth discussion 8-20 Chapter 9 Binary Morphology Introduction 9-1 Structuring elements Concepts Structuring element Size 9-2 Structuring element values 9-3 Pixel Frame Shape 9-4 Connectivity 9-7 When to us 9-7 Concepts 9-7 In-Depth Discussion C lectivity Connectivity-8…. 99 Primary Morphology Operations 9 When to use 9-10 C 9-10 Erosion and dilation functions 9-10 Opening and Closing Functions…….……….….9-13 Inner gradient function 9-14 Outer gradient Function...................9-14 Hit-Miss Functie 9-14 Thinning function 9-16 Thickening function 9-18 Proper-Opening funct 9-19 Proper-Closing Functi 9-20 Auto-Median Function ........9-21 Advanced Morphology op 9-2 9-21 Concepts 9-22 Border function 9-22 Hole filling fi 9-2 Labeling functi 9-22 and Highpass Filters 9-2 Separation Function 9-24 N/Vision Concepts Manual n. com Contents Skeleton functions 9-25 Segmentation function 9-27 Distance function 9-28 Danielsson function 9-28 Circle function 9-30 Convex hull function “““+ 9-31 Chapter 10 Particle measurements Introduction l0-1 When to Use 10-1 Pixel measurements versus real-World measurements 10-1 Particle measurements 10-2 Particle Concepts... 10-3 Particle holes 10-5 Coordinates .10-7 Lengths , ......... .:·::::··“ 10-9 10-13 Quantities................... 10-14 Angles 10-14 Rat 10-16 Facto 10-16 Sums 10-17 Moments 10-18 PARTⅣV Machine vision chapter 11 Edge detection Introduction 4 …11-1 When to Us Gauging 11-2 Detection Alignment..... 11-3 11-4 Definition of an edge l1-4 Characteristics of an edge Edge detection methods .“ Simple edge .11-7 ady d edge detect 11-7 C National Instruments Corporation N/ Vision Concepts Manual


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