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BinaryImageQ[image] yields True if image has the form of a binary image, and False otherwise.

ColorQuantize[image, n] gives an approximation to image that uses only n distinct colors.

Mathematica provides convenient functions and algorithms for manipulating colors in images, with full generality for arbitrary numbers of color channels.

Combining methods from set theory, topology, and discrete mathematics, mathematical morphology provides a powerful approach to processing images and other discrete data. ...

Mathematica includes a variety of image segmentation techniques such as clustering, watershed, region growing, and level set as well as a rich set of functions for ...

FindThreshold[image] finds a global threshold value that partitions the intensity values in image into two intervals.

ColorConvert[expr, colspace] converts color specifications in expr to refer to the color space represented by colspace.

MorphologicalBinarize[image, {t_1, t_2}] creates a binary image from image by replacing all values above the upper threshold t_2 with 1, also including pixels with ...

Inpaint[image, region] retouches parts of image that correspond to nonzero elements in region.