An image segmentation algorithm based on the watershed paradigm
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With regard to the basic purpose of the module, it is a Python implementation of the watershed algorithm for image segmentation. This implementation allows for both fully automatic and marker-assisted segmentation of an image.
Typical usage syntax:
from Watershed import * shed = Watershed( data_image = "orchid0001.jpg", binary_or_gray_or_color = "color", size_for_calculations = 128, sigma = 1, gradient_threshold_as_fraction = 0.1, level_decimation_factor = 16, padding = 20, ) shed.extract_data_pixels() shed.display_data_image() shed.mark_image_regions_for_gradient_mods() #(A) shed.compute_gradient_image() shed.modify_gradients_with_marker_minima() #(B) shed.compute_Z_level_sets_for_gradient_image() shed.propagate_influence_zones_from_bottom_to_top_of_Z_levels() shed.display_watershed() shed.display_watershed_in_color() shed.extract_watershed_contours_seperated() shed.display_watershed_contours_in_color() The statements in lines (A) and (B) are needed only for marker-assisted segmentation with the module. For a fully automated implemented of the BLM algorithm, you would need to delete those two statements.
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