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Separating the object or pores
saeed from Canada  [5 posts]
6 years

Hello,
I am working to characterize a porous media and I want to identify each pore (object) individually. But some pores are connected or overlapped and I should use a method to separate them.
Actually, I know about the Watershed method, but I want to know is there any other method to separate connected pores or objects?

Regards
Saeed


  
Anonymous 6 years
Saeed,

There is another alternative called Blob_Split which tries to break things in a more sharper way that watershed does. In some cases it will work better than watershed and in others it will not. Regardless, you can compare the results on your test image to see which works better for you.

STeven.

 

program.robo
saeed from Canada  [5 posts] 6 years
STeven
I am appreciated for your response. In addition let me know if the Blob_split can work on the 3 dimensional images.

Saeed
saeed from Canada  [5 posts] 6 years
Thank you for your consideration
saeed from Canada  [5 posts] 6 years
Hello,
I will be appreciated if you can separate the pores in attached image using Blob-Split. Also I want to know if this command can work on the 3D images?


Regards
Saeed

 
Anonymous 6 years
Saeed,

I'm not sure what you mean by working with 3d images. Do you have an example of what you mean by a 3D image? Do you mean stereo image? A depth map image??

We are currently looking into the image you provided and how blob_split may be configured to work with that one.

STeven.
saeed from Canada  [5 posts] 6 years
I mean a stack of images that created by a Micro CT scan. Each image of the satck is related to one layer. Please refer to example which is attched.

Thanks alot
saeed from Canada  [5 posts] 6 years
10 txt file (images of 10 layer) of the specimen have been attached.
saeed from Canada  [5 posts] 6 years
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