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New PDF release: Adaptive Filter Theory (3rd Edition)

By Simon Haykin

ISBN-10: 013322760X

ISBN-13: 9780133227604

Represents the main entire therapy on hand of neural networks from an engineering point of view. Examines the entire very important points of this rising know-how. DLC: Adaptive filters.

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X−y)∈B1 (x−z)∈B2 f (x − z) + μn (z)} ⎛ ⎞ {k ♦ ( f (x − y) + λ1 (y))} ∪ { f (x − z) + μ1 (z)}, ⎜{k ♦ ( f (x − y) + λ2 (y))} ∪ { f (x − z) + μ2 (z)},⎟ ⎟ = max(k) ⎜ ⎠ (x−y)∈B1 ⎝. . (x−z)∈B2 {k ♦ ( f (x − y) + λn (y))} ∪ { f (x − z) + μn (z)} n ⎛ = max(k) [{k ♦ ( f (x − y) + λi (y))} ∪ { f (x − z) + μi (z)}] (x−y)∈B1 (x−z)∈B2 i=1 26 M. I. VARDAVOULIA, A. GASTERATOS, AND I. ANDREADIS This equation can be expressed in terms of order statistics of the multiset as follows: f ⊕ [α, β, k](x) n = max(k) [max(N) ({k ♦ ( f (x − y) + λi (y))} ∪ { f (x − z) + μi (z)}), i=1 (x−y)∈B1 (x−z)∈B2 (N−1) max (x−y)∈B1 (x−z)∈B2 ({k ♦ ( f (x − y) + λi (y))} ∪ { f (x − z) + μi (z)}), ..

This agrees with the notion of fuzzy fitting, because the structuring element fits better only at these points than at the rest points of the image. Fuzzy erosion quantifies the degree of structuring element fitting. The larger the number of pixels of the structuring element, the more difficult the fitting. Furthermore, fuzzy soft erosion shrinks the image. If fuzzy image A is considered as a noisy version of a binary image (Sinha and Dougherty, 1992), then the object of interest consists of points (0, 1), (0, 2), (0, 3), (0, 4), (1, 1), (1, 2), (1, 3), (1, 4), (2, 1) and (2, 2), and the rest is the background.

D 34 x(16) ... x(1) (a) Maximum k=1 d 33 .. d1 d 69 ... ... d 23 x(28) x(27) ... x(1) d22 .. d1 19th-order statistic k=2 d 57 ... d 12 x(40) x(39) x(38) ... x(1) d 11 .. d1 d 45 ... d1 x(52) x(51) x(50) x(49) ... ... ... x(1) d 57 ... d 47 x(40) ... x(3) x(2) x(1) d 46 ... x(52) ... ... ... x(4) x(3) x(2) x(1) d 45 ... 26th-order statistic k=3 33th-order statistic k=4 (b) 45 d 81 ... d 49 x(12) ... x(1) d 48 ... ... d1 d 69 ... d 48 x(20) ... Minimum k=1 x(2) x(1) d47 ... ...

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