Discrete mathematical filters of video information processing for automatic image components detection and marking
In this paper we shall discretize two classes of mathematical filters intended for the video image analysis with the purpose to automatically detect and mark the components that these images contain. Unlike the classical mathematical filters, their discrete correspondent defined by us in this paper has the advantage of being more adaptable to the specific character of a video image, which is discrete by its nature. From this point of view the research that we have undertaken will present not only theoretical interest but also a strong practical character, simplifying considerably the work of software developers.
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