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**Weighted finite transducers in image processing.**
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Zbl 0818.68145

Summary: Culik and Karhumäki studied weighted finite automata (WFA) as devices computing real functions. The main motivation was to give specifications of graytone images as local grayness functions. Culik and Kari gave an algorithm for automatic image encoding using WFA as a basis for a practical image data compression method. In this paper we introduce \(k\)- tape weighted finite automata. We are mainly interested in the case of 2 tapes called weighted finite transducers (WFT). We show that the most commonly used image transformations can be defined by WFTs. We also show that WFT transformations are closed under union and composition and that the family of WFA images is closed under WFT transformations.

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\textit{K. Culik II} and \textit{I. Friš}, Discrete Appl. Math. 58, No. 3, 223--237 (1995; Zbl 0818.68145)

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