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Synonyms for contour

Synonyms for contour

a line marking and shaping the outer form of an object

Synonyms for contour

a line drawn on a map connecting points of equal height

a feature (or the order or arrangement of features) of anything having a complex structure

form the contours of

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The purpose of edge detection process is to find all present edges in the road image in which potential road line may be included.
Analysis of Performance of Edge Detection using Pratt's Figure of Merit
An edge detection technique is used to find and locate valid striation marks.
In order to evaluate the performance of an edge detection algorithm, a typical gauge block interferogram was used (Figure 2).
Image sharpening is a common technique in the edge detection process with the objective of enhancing edges.
Thus, it serves to a better edge detection in a potential noisy image.
First, we review the topological gradient approach for edge detection.
The time consumed by this algorithm is also much lesser than the algorithm for it does not involve convolution operations as in edge detection or morphological image processing algorithms.
It includes Metronics Quadra-Chek QC-5000 3-D Metrology Software with video edge detection and full CNC control.
The Galileo EZ video-based measuring system integrates a live camera feed with an automatic edge detection that the company noted is ideal for quality assurance and inspection laboratories, as well as manufacturing, assembly and research facilities.
Video motion detection can recognize motion using methods such as block matching, edge detection and optical intensity flow analysis.
Since each reconstruction must be implemented only within smooth regions, the jump discontinuities of the piecewise smooth function must first be located by an edge detection method.
For the measurement of the reduction in width of the specimen during the test, the extensometer uses sophisticated edge detection technology, which is said to save time by avoiding the need for the operator to attach a second pair of marks to the sample.
The technology incorporates a video display, cross-line generator, and automated edge detection that are said to significantly improve accuracy and increase measuring speed and reliability.
Robopet has multiple sensors that include: sound, infrared vision, tilt (if he falls over, he will attempt to get up), and edge detection (if he's near the edge of a table.