Characterisation of Irregular Spatial Structures by Parallel Sets and Integral Geometric Measures
A new method of characterising the morphology of disordered systems is presented based on the evolution of a family of integral geometric measures during erosion and dilation operations. The method is used to determine the accuracy of model reconstructions of random systems. It is shown that the use of erosion/dilation operations on the original image leads to an accurate discrimination of morphology. We consider the morphology of an experimental system and use the method to optimally match a...[Show more]
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