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binary image

[′bīn·ə·rē ′im·ij]
(computer science)
A representation in a computer storage device of each of the holes in a punch card or paper tape (for example, by indicating the places where there are holes with a 1 and the places where there are no holes with a 0), to be differentiated from the characters represented by the combinations of holes.
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All Arista products including the Arista 7150 Series run the same Arista EOS binary image, allowing for ease of operations.
Then a binary image is formed by choosing a global threshold.
This Android KitKat Reference BSP for Sitara AM437x processors release package contains a prebuilt binary image that can be flashed on to a SD/MMC card.
7) Filled Image: A scalar, it is the binary image of the same size as the bounding box of the region.
The use of the morphological skeleton to detect object corners in a binary image can be found with different implementations (Dinesh and Guru, 2006).
However, a simple threshold method can be easily implemented in order to obtain a binary image.
The packages contain a prebuilt binary image that can be flashed on to a SD/MMC card.
It must be a pastel or soft tone that will allow conversion to a binary image but that will not impede reading the check's content.
In 2010, a local adaptive thresholding was applied to form a binary image, in which the largest component was considered as large vessels and SVM was applied to the residual segments followed by application of track growing to grow the small vessels (Xu and Luo, 2010).
This means that after downloading the binary image files, tablets and smartphones would be renewed and returned to a clean slate running Android 4.
The function of controlling threshold value returns selected pixel value of the binary image from 0 to 255 (Fig.
This method is based on a clip-level (or a threshold value) to turn a gray-scale image into a binary image.

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