# Category:Digital geometry

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Here is a list of articles in the Digital geometry category of the Computing portal that unifies foundations of mathematics and computations using computers. **Digital geometry** belongs to discrete geometry; it developed in the context of computer image analysis
and computer graphics. Digital topology is often considered to be part of digital geometry.

## Pages in category "Digital geometry"

The following 44 pages are in this category, out of 44 total.

- Digital geometry
*(computing)*

### B

- Binary image
*(computing)* - Bresenham's line algorithm
*(computing)*

### C

- Canberra distance
*(computing)* - Closing (morphology)
*(computing)* - Controlled image base
*(computing)* - Cutting sequence
*(computing)*

### D

- Digital differential analyzer (graphics algorithm)
*(computing)* - Digital image
*(computing)* - Digital manifold
*(computing)* - Digital Morse theory
*(computing)* - Dilation (morphology)
*(computing)* - Discrete tomography
*(computing)* - Distance transform
*(computing)*

### E

- Erosion (morphology)
*(computing)* - Euler operator
*(computing)*

### G

- Gradually varied surface
*(computing)*

### H

- Heat kernel signature
*(computing)* - Hit-or-miss transform
*(computing)*

### L

- Lambda-connectedness
*(computing)* - LCD crosstalk
*(computing)*

### M

- Mathematical morphology
*(computing)* - Midpoint circle algorithm
*(computing)* - Minkowski addition
*(computing)* - Morphological gradient
*(computing)* - Morphological skeleton
*(computing)*

### N

- Nonogram
*(computing)*

### P

- Pick's theorem
*(computing)* - Pixel
*(computing)* - Pixel aspect ratio
*(computing)* - Principal geodesic analysis
*(computing)* - Pruning (morphology)
*(computing)*

### R

- Raster graphics
*(computing)* - Reeve tetrahedron
*(computing)* - Azriel Rosenfeld
*(biography)*

### S

- Shape analysis (digital geometry)
*(computing)* - Spectral shape analysis
*(computing)* - SPHARM-PDM
*(software)* - Summed-area table
*(computing)*

### T

- Taxicab geometry
*(computing)* - Thinning
*(computing)* - Thinning (morphology)
*(computing)* - Top-hat transform
*(computing)* - Topological skeleton
*(computing)*