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Figure 8: Steps representing segmented vs. nonsegmented nucleus classification, (a) White blood cell image; (b) Nucleus boundary superimposed on the white blood cell image; (c) Maximum curvature points; (d) Triangulation of maximum curvature points; (e) Removal of background edges; (f) Retaining edges if the tangents are in opposite directions; (g) Retaining edges if the edge vector and tangent vector are perpendicular; (h) Retains edges if the end points have curvatures in the same direction

Figure 8: Steps representing segmented vs. nonsegmented nucleus classification, (a) White blood cell image; (b) Nucleus boundary superimposed on the white blood cell image; (c) Maximum curvature points; (d) Triangulation of maximum curvature points; (e) Removal of background edges; (f) Retaining edges if the tangents are in opposite directions; (g) Retaining edges if the edge vector and tangent vector are perpendicular; (h) Retains edges if the end points have curvatures in the same direction