Imagick::morphology

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Imagick::morphologyDescription

Açıklama

public void Imagick::morphology ( int $morphologyMethod , int $iterations , ImagickKernel $ImagickKernel [, string $CHANNEL ] )

Applies a user supplied kernel to the image according to the given morphology method.

Değiştirgeler

morphologyMethod

Which morphology method to use one of the \Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_* constants.

iterations

The number of iteration to apply the morphology function. A value of -1 means loop until no change found. How this is applied may depend on the morphology method. Typically this is a value of 1.

ImagickKernel

CHANNEL

Dönen Değerler

Örnekler

Örnek 1 Convolve Imagick::morphology()

<?php
        $imagick 
$this->getCharacter();
        
$kernel = \ImagickKernel::fromBuiltIn(\Imagick::KERNEL_GAUSSIAN"5,1");
        
$imagick->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_CONVOLVE2$kernel);
        
header("Content-Type: image/png");
        echo 
$imagick->getImageBlob();

?>

Örnek 2 Correlate Imagick::morphology()

<?php

        
// Top-left pixel must be black
        // Bottom right pixel must be white
        // We don't care about the rest.
        

        
$imagick $this->getCharacterOutline();
        
$kernel = \ImagickKernel::fromMatrix(self::$correlateMatrix, [22]);
        
$imagick->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_CORRELATE1$kernel);
        
header("Content-Type: image/png");
        echo 
$imagick->getImageBlob();

?>

Örnek 3 Erode Imagick::morphology()

<?php
        $canvas 
$this->getCharacterOutline();
        
$kernel = \ImagickKernel::fromBuiltIn(\Imagick::KERNEL_OCTAGON"3");
        
$canvas->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_ERODE2$kernel);
        
header("Content-Type: image/png");
        echo 
$canvas->getImageBlob();

?>

Örnek 4 Erode Intensity Imagick::morphology()

<?php
        $canvas 
$this->getCharacter();
        
$kernel = \ImagickKernel::fromBuiltIn(\Imagick::KERNEL_OCTAGON"1");
        
$canvas->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_ERODE_INTENSITY2$kernel);
        
header("Content-Type: image/png");
        echo 
$canvas->getImageBlob();

?>

Örnek 5 Dilate Imagick::morphology()

<?php
        $canvas 
$this->getCharacterOutline();
        
$kernel = \ImagickKernel::fromBuiltIn(\Imagick::KERNEL_OCTAGON"3");
        
$canvas->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_DILATE4$kernel);
        
header("Content-Type: image/png");
        echo 
$canvas->getImageBlob();

?>

Örnek 6 Dilate intensity Imagick::morphology()

<?php
        $canvas 
$this->getCharacter();
        
$kernel = \ImagickKernel::fromBuiltIn(\Imagick::KERNEL_OCTAGON"1");
        
$canvas->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_DILATE_INTENSITY4$kernel);
        
header("Content-Type: image/png");
        echo 
$canvas->getImageBlob();

?>

Örnek 7 Distance with Chebyshev kernel Imagick::morphology()

<?php
        $canvas 
$this->getCharacterOutline();
        
$kernel = \ImagickKernel::fromBuiltIn(\Imagick::KERNEL_CHEBYSHEV"3");
        
$canvas->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_DISTANCE3$kernel);
        
$canvas->autoLevelImage();
        
header("Content-Type: image/png");
        echo 
$canvas->getImageBlob();

?>

Örnek 8 Distance with Manhattan kernel Imagick::morphology()

<?php
        $canvas 
$this->getCharacterOutline();
        
$kernel = \ImagickKernel::fromBuiltIn(\Imagick::KERNEL_MANHATTAN"5");
        
$canvas->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_DISTANCE3$kernel);
        
$canvas->autoLevelImage();
        
header("Content-Type: image/png");
        echo 
$canvas->getImageBlob();

?>

Örnek 9 Distance with ocatagonal kernel Imagick::morphology()

<?php
        $canvas 
$this->getCharacterOutline();
        
$kernel = \ImagickKernel::fromBuiltIn(\Imagick::KERNEL_OCTAGONAL"5");
        
$canvas->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_DISTANCE3$kernel);
        
$canvas->autoLevelImage();
        
header("Content-Type: image/png");
        echo 
$canvas->getImageBlob();

?>

Örnek 10 Distance with Euclidean kernel Imagick::morphology()

<?php
        $canvas 
$this->getCharacterOutline();
        
$kernel = \ImagickKernel::fromBuiltIn(\Imagick::KERNEL_EUCLIDEAN"4");
        
$canvas->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_DISTANCE3$kernel);
        
$canvas->autoLevelImage();
        
header("Content-Type: image/png");
        echo 
$canvas->getImageBlob();

?>

Örnek 11 Edge Imagick::morphology()

<?php
        $canvas 
$this->getCharacterOutline();
        
$kernel = \ImagickKernel::fromBuiltIn(\Imagick::KERNEL_OCTAGON"3");
        
$canvas->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_EDGE1$kernel);
        
header("Content-Type: image/png");
        echo 
$canvas->getImageBlob();

?>

Örnek 12 Open Imagick::morphology()

<?php
        
// As a result you will see that 'Open' smoothed the outline, by rounding off any sharp points, and remove any parts that is smaller than the shape used. It will also disconnect or 'open' any thin bridges.
        
$canvas $this->getCharacterOutline();
        
$kernel = \ImagickKernel::fromBuiltIn(\Imagick::KERNEL_DISK"6");
        
$canvas->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_OPEN1$kernel);
        
header("Content-Type: image/png");
        echo 
$canvas->getImageBlob();

?>

Örnek 13 Open intensity Imagick::morphology()

<?php
        
// As a result you will see that 'Open' smoothed the outline, by rounding off any sharp points, and remove any parts that is smaller than the shape used. It will also disconnect or 'open' any thin bridges.

        
$canvas $this->getCharacter();
        
$kernel = \ImagickKernel::fromBuiltIn(\Imagick::KERNEL_DISK"6");
        
$canvas->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_OPEN_INTENSITY1$kernel);
        
header("Content-Type: image/png");
        echo 
$canvas->getImageBlob();

?>

Örnek 14 Close Imagick::morphology()

<?php
        
//The basic use of the 'Close' method is to reduce or remove any 'holes' or 'gaps' about the size of the kernel 'Structure Element'. That is 'close' parts of the background that are about that size.
        
$canvas $this->getCharacterOutline();
        
$kernel = \ImagickKernel::fromBuiltIn(\Imagick::KERNEL_DISK"6");
        
$canvas->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_CLOSE1$kernel);
        
header("Content-Type: image/png");
        echo 
$canvas->getImageBlob();

?>

Örnek 15 Close Intensity Imagick::morphology()

<?php
        
//The basic use of the 'Close' method is to reduce or remove any 'holes' or 'gaps' about the size of the kernel 'Structure Element'. That is 'close' parts of the background that are about that size.
        
$canvas $this->getCharacter();
        
$kernel = \ImagickKernel::fromBuiltIn(\Imagick::KERNEL_DISK"6");
        
$canvas->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_CLOSE_INTENSITY1$kernel);
        
header("Content-Type: image/png");
        echo 
$canvas->getImageBlob();

?>

Örnek 16 Smooth Imagick::morphology()

<?php
        $canvas 
$this->getCharacterOutline();
        
$kernel = \ImagickKernel::fromBuiltIn(\Imagick::KERNEL_OCTAGON"3");
        
$canvas->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_SMOOTH1$kernel);
        
header("Content-Type: image/png");
        echo 
$canvas->getImageBlob();

?>

Örnek 17 Edge in Imagick::morphology()

<?php
        $canvas 
$this->getCharacterOutline();
        
$kernel = \ImagickKernel::fromBuiltIn(\Imagick::KERNEL_OCTAGON"3");
        
$canvas->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_EDGE_IN1$kernel);
        
header("Content-Type: image/png");
        echo 
$canvas->getImageBlob();

?>

Örnek 18 Edge out Imagick::morphology()

<?php
        $canvas 
$this->getCharacterOutline();
        
$kernel = \ImagickKernel::fromBuiltIn(\Imagick::KERNEL_OCTAGON"3");
        
$canvas->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_EDGE_OUT1$kernel);
        
header("Content-Type: image/png");
        echo 
$canvas->getImageBlob();

?>

Örnek 19 The 'TopHat' method, or more specifically 'White Top Hat', returns the pixels that were removed by a Opening of the shape, that is the pixels that were removed to round off the points, and the connecting bridged between shapes. Imagick::morphology()

<?php
        $canvas 
$this->getCharacterOutline();
        
$kernel = \ImagickKernel::fromBuiltIn(\Imagick::KERNEL_DISK"5");
        
$canvas->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_TOP_HAT1$kernel);
        
header("Content-Type: image/png");
        echo 
$canvas->getImageBlob();

?>

Örnek 20 The 'BottomHat' method, also known as 'Black TopHat' is the pixels that a Closing of the shape adds to the image. That is the the pixels that were used to fill in the 'holes', 'gaps', and 'bridges'. Imagick::morphology()

<?php

        $canvas 
$this->getCharacterOutline();
        
$kernel = \ImagickKernel::fromBuiltIn(\Imagick::KERNEL_DISK"5");
        
$canvas->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_BOTTOM_HAT1$kernel);
        
header("Content-Type: image/png");
        echo 
$canvas->getImageBlob();

?>

Örnek 21 Hit and Miss Imagick::morphology()

<?php
        $canvas 
$this->getCharacterOutline();
        
//This finds all the pixels with 3 pixels of the right edge
        
$matrix = [[1falsefalse0]];
        
$kernel = \ImagickKernel::fromMatrix(
            
$matrix,
            [
00]
        );
        
$canvas->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_HIT_AND_MISS1$kernel);
        
header("Content-Type: image/png");
        echo 
$canvas->getImageBlob();

?>

Örnek 22 Thinning Imagick::morphology()

<?php
        $canvas 
$this->getCharacterOutline();
        
$leftEdgeKernel = \ImagickKernel::fromMatrix([[01]], [10]);
        
$rightEdgeKernel = \ImagickKernel::fromMatrix([[10]], [00]);
        
$leftEdgeKernel->addKernel($rightEdgeKernel);
        
        
$canvas->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_THINNING3$leftEdgeKernel);
        
header("Content-Type: image/png");
        echo 
$canvas->getImageBlob();

?>

Örnek 23 Thicken Imagick::morphology()

<?php
        $canvas 
$this->getCharacterOutline();
        
$leftEdgeKernel = \ImagickKernel::fromMatrix([[01]], [10]);
        
$rightEdgeKernel = \ImagickKernel::fromMatrix([[10]], [00]);
        
$leftEdgeKernel->addKernel($rightEdgeKernel);

        
$canvas->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_THICKEN3$leftEdgeKernel);
        
header("Content-Type: image/png");
        echo 
$canvas->getImageBlob();

?>

Örnek 24 Thick to generate a convex hull Imagick::morphology()

<?php
        $canvas 
$this->getCharacterOutline();
        
$diamondKernel = \ImagickKernel::fromBuiltIn(\Imagick::KERNEL_DIAMOND"1");
        
$convexKernel =  \ImagickKernel::fromBuiltIn(\Imagick::KERNEL_CONVEX_HULL"");

        
// The thicken morphology doesn't handle small gaps. We close them
        // with the close morphology.
        
$canvas->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_CLOSE1$diamondKernel);
        
$canvas->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_THICKEN, -1$convexKernel);
        
$canvas->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_CLOSE1$diamondKernel);

        
header("Content-Type: image/png");
        echo 
$canvas->getImageBlob();

?>

Örnek 25 Iterative morphology Imagick::morphology()

<?php
        $canvas 
$this->getCharacterOutline();
        
$kernel = \ImagickKernel::fromBuiltIn(\Imagick::KERNEL_DISK"2");        
        
$canvas->morphology(\Imagick::MORPHOLOGY_ITERATIVE3$kernel);
        
$canvas->autoLevelImage();
        
header("Content-Type: image/png");
        echo 
$canvas->getImageBlob();

?>

Örnek 26 Helper functon to get an image silhouette Imagick::morphology()

<?php
    
private function getCharacterOutline() {

        
$imagick = new \Imagick(realpath("./images/character.png"));
        
$character = new \Imagick();
        
$character->newPseudoImage(
            
$imagick->getImageWidth(),
            
$imagick->getImageHeight(),
            
"canvas:white"
        
);
        
$canvas = new \Imagick();
        
$canvas->newPseudoImage(
            
$imagick->getImageWidth(),
            
$imagick->getImageHeight(),
            
"canvas:black"
        
);

        
$character->compositeimage(
            
$imagick,
            \
Imagick::COMPOSITE_COPYOPACITY,
            
00
        
);
        
$canvas->compositeimage(
            
$character,
            \
Imagick::COMPOSITE_ATOP,
            
00
        
);
        
$canvas->setFormat('png');

        return 
$canvas;
    }

?>

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