Two-stage mutual causal filtration and segmentation of heterogeneous images
Keywords:heterogeneous image, quasi-optimal algorithm
Using the mathematical technique of mixed Markovian processes in discrete time optimal and quasi-optimal algorithms that combine results of one-dimensional filtration and segmentation of heterogeneous images are synthesized. Analysis of the quasi-optimal algorithm is conducted on a model example using statistical modeling on PC.
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