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Optimal decomposition of large-neighborhood CNN templates

terBrugge, M H; Nijhuis, J, A, G and Spaanenburg, Lambert LU (2004) Int. Workshop on Cellular Networks and their Applications (CNNA) In Proceedings 8th CNNA p.160-165
Abstract
From a practical point of view, template decomposition is an important issue since image processing operations can be non−local while the cells in physical CNN realizations often only communicate with cells in their direct neighborhood. In this paper the existing relation between Mathematical Morphology and CNNs is used to derive an optimal template decomposition strategy for a specific

class of templates. The strategy is based on the decomposition of morphological structuring elements.
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  abstract     = {From a practical point of view, template decomposition is an important issue since image processing operations can be non−local while the cells in physical CNN realizations often only communicate with cells in their direct neighborhood. In this paper the existing relation between Mathematical Morphology and CNNs is used to derive an optimal template decomposition strategy for a specific<br/><br>
class of templates. The strategy is based on the decomposition of morphological structuring elements.},
  author       = {terBrugge, M H and Nijhuis, J, A, G and Spaanenburg, Lambert},
  booktitle    = {Proceedings 8th CNNA},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {160--165},
  title        = {Optimal decomposition of large-neighborhood CNN templates},
  year         = {2004},
}