Euler number of binary image
eul = bweuler(BW,n)example
the Euler number for the binary image
eul = bweuler(
BW. The Euler
number is the total number of objects in the image minus the total
number of holes in those objects.
the connectivity. Objects are connected sets of
that is, pixels having a value of 1.
This function supports code generation (see Tips).
Read binary image into workspace, and display it.
BW = imread('circles.png'); imshow(BW)
Calculate the Euler number. In this example, all the circles touch so they create one object. The object contains four "holes", which are the black areas created by the touching circles. Thus the Euler number is 1 minus 4, or -3.
ans = -3
BW— Input binary imagelogical or numeric matrix that must be 2-D, real, and nonsparse
Input binary image, specified as a logical or numeric matrix that must be 2-D, real, and nonsparse.
BW = imread('circles.png');eul = bweuler(BW,4);
Connectivity, specified as either the value
BW2 = bweuler(BW,4);
This function supports the generation of C code using MATLAB® Coder™.
Note that if you choose the generic
MATLAB Host Computer target
platform, the function generates code that uses a precompiled, platform-specific
shared library. Use of a shared library preserves performance optimizations
but limits the target platforms for which code can be generated. For
more information, see Understanding Code Generation with Image Processing Toolbox.
 Horn, Berthold P. K., Robot Vision, New York, McGraw-Hill, 1986, pp. 73-77.
 Pratt, William K., Digital Image Processing, New York, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1991, p. 633.