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AN FPGA ARCHITECTURE BASED ON LINEAR and MORPHOLOGICAL IMAGE FILTERING

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Author(s): AN FPGA ARCHITECTURE BASED ON LINEAR and MORPHOLOGICAL IMAGE FILTERING

Journal: International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology
ISSN 2231-5381

Volume: 4;
Issue: 6;
Start page: 2292;
Date: 2013;
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Keywords: FPGA architecture | image filtering | segmentation.

ABSTRACT
A 3D computer model was evident in the Mask for image segmentation. Morphing is a Technique used to transfer from one image to another. The idea is to make it appear as if one item is physically changing into the other. This paper proposes with the application Of morphing involves working mask worn by the implementation platform which typically consists routing can be programmed aliens in Stargate. This provided a very good illusion. We have to pre-and-post processing the image for better extraction of required image from the acquired image. FPGA can implement these observed results. The image will be transferred from computer to FPGA board using JTAG cable. the FPGA is for communication model. Morphological image filtering using a FPGA Nexys II , Xilinx, Spartan 3E, with educational purposes is presented.
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