Woolz Image Processing  Version 1.7.0
Name
WlzErosion - Morphological erosion of a woolz domain object
Synopsis
WlzErosion [-c<n>] [-r<radius>] [-h] [input file]
Options
-c4 4-connected erosion (2D)
-c8 8-connected erosion (2D)
-c6 6-connected erosion (3D)
-c18 18-connected erosion (3D)
-c26 26-connected erosion (3D)
-r Structuring element radius (default 1)
-h Help - print help message
-v Verbose operation
By default the input object is read from the standard input and the output is written to the standard output.
Description
WlzErosion erodes the input object using a structuring element defined by the given connectivity. If a 2D connectivity is applied to a 3D object then each plane is eroded independently.
Examples
WlzErosion -r8 -c26 obj.wlz >eroded.wlz
Erodes the 3D domain of object read from obj.wlz using a 26-connected sphere of radius 8 and then writes the eroded object to eroded.wlz.
File
WlzErosion.c
See Also
WlzDilation(1) WlzDomainFill(1) WlzStructDilation WlzStructDilation(1)" \ref wlzstructerosion WlzStructErosion(1)" WlzDilation(3)