I have recently started to learn about digital image processing, I'm currently reading on mathematical morphology.

Use the book Digital Image Processing, second edition.

I have several questions and I need some help:

Does the equation 9.6-1 represents the dilation for the point (s, t) of the output image or represents dilatation for the entire image (such as Equation 9.2-2)?.

If the answer is yes, this means that: for full dilatation of the image 'f' should apply Equation 9.6-1 for each possible value (s, t) or not?.

I'm also a bit confused with respect to equation 9.6-1:

It represents the image displacement is 'f' for all the structuring element and not the other? ...

can someone explain (at least somewhat) this.

Thanks in advance for any help.

]]>I have recently started to learn about digital image processing, I'm currently reading on mathematical morphology.

Use the book Digital Image Processing, second edition.

I have several questions and I need some help:

Does the equation 9.6-1 represents the dilation for the point (s, t) of the output image or represents dilatation for the entire image (such as Equation 9.2-2)?.

If the answer is yes, this means that: for full dilatation of the image 'f' should apply Equation 9.6-1 for each possible value (s, t) or not?.

I'm also a bit confused with respect to equation 9.6-1:

It represents the image displacement is 'f' for all the structuring element and not the other? ...

can someone explain (at least somewhat) this.

Thanks in advance for any help.

]]>Would be helpful if you would *post* equations 9.6-1, 9.2-2, et al.