Relaxation labelling

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Relaxation labelling is an image treatment methodology. Its goal is to associate a label to the pixels of a given image or nodes of a given graph.[1]

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  1. ^ A. Dave Marshall; Ralph R. Martin (1992), Computer vision, models, and inspection, World Scientific, p. 149, ISBN 978-981-02-0772-4

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