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By Andrea Frosini, Maurice Nivat (auth.), Reinhard Klette, Joviša Žunić (eds.)

This quantity provides the lawsuits of the tenth overseas Workshop on Combinatorial photo research, held December 1–3, 2004, in Auckland, New Zealand. earlier conferences happened in Paris (France, 1991), Ube (Japan, 1992), Washington DC (USA, 1994), Lyon (France, 1995), Hiroshima (Japan, 1997), Madras (India, 1999), Caen (France, 2000), Philadelphia (USA, 2001), and - lermo (Italy, 2003). For this workshop we got 86 submitted papers from 23 nations. each one paper used to be evaluated by way of at the very least self sufficient referees. We chosen fifty five papers for the convention. 3 invited lectures by way of Vladimir Kovalevsky (Berlin), Akira Nakamura (Hiroshima), and Maurice Nivat (Paris) accomplished this system. convention papers are provided during this quantity lower than the next topical half titles: discrete tomography (3 papers), combinatorics and computational types (6), combinatorial algorithms (6), combinatorial arithmetic (4), d- ital topology (7), electronic geometry (7), approximation of electronic units by way of curves and surfaces (5), algebraic methods (5), fuzzy picture research (2), snapshot s- mentation (6), and matching and popularity (7). those matters are handled within the context of electronic photograph research or machine vision.

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22. A configuration which admits two different valuations. One of them is not minimal Since in both cases two new valuations extend V, it may arise the possibility of the existence of some ad hoc configurations having a number of valuation which is exponential in This doubt vanishes as soon as we observe that in Fig. 21 only one valuation at a time admits again two different extensions in a position greater than in Fig. 22, valuation is not minimal. As a matter of fact, we have proved that, if is the number of different configurations for a sequence of nonzero points of then it holds However, the proof is still uncomplete, since there are some configurations not yet considered: they appear when we choose to extend V with two points and at the same time.

Base if and then the four possible valuations are depicted in Fig. 18. Among them, only and are minimal: they can be reached both from and from by deleting two rows or two columns entirely filled with entries 1 (see Lemma 10). If a symmetrical result holds. Fig. 18. The four valuations when and Step let have a sequence of nonzero points, and let be the number of different minimal valuations of where is linear in by inductive hypothesis. e. Furthermore, we assume that and (if then symmetrical results hold).

By modifying the rows greater than A configuration which admits two different valuations Comment: let the valuation be such that, for all row is a 1-row, and, for all Acting as in case i), one can extend V to but an immediate check reveals that such a is not minimal. iv) if, for all row is a 0-row or a 10-row, then V can be extended to by modifying the rows from to as shown in Fig. 20 a); v) finally, if, for all row is a 1-row, then the valuation V can not be extended by modifying the rows from to (Fig.

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