Image Segmentation Applied to the Study of Micrographs of Cellular Solids

Image Segmentation Applied to the Study of Micrographs of Cellular Solids

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Author(s): Amelia Carolina Sparavigna

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DOI: 10.18483/ijSci.1201 238 684 68-76 Volume 6 - Feb 2017

Abstract

The paper is proposing a method of image segmentation applied to the study of the micrographs of cellular solids. The segmentation is based on a thresholding which creates a binary (black and white) image of the micrograph. The binary image is divided in super-pixels which correspond to the microcells of the material. From the areas of the super-pixels it is easy to evaluate the distribution of the size of the cells and correlate this distribution to the properties of the material.

Keywords

Image Processing, Image Segmentation, Cellular Solids

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