2D and 3D Mathematical Morphology
Richard Alan Peters II, Electrical Engineering, Vanderbilt , (615) 322-7924 firstname.lastname@example.org , Mathematical morphology is a powerful tool for image analysis and enhancement. , Morphological operators are shape-dependent, nonlinear image transforms such , as erosion, dilation, opening, closing, and rank filters. , The mathematical operators are defined in $n$ dimensions so it is possible to , create programs that will operate on 1D signals, 2D images, or 3D datasets , using exactly the same concepts.
Eric and Jack