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"Exposed to the elements, complete skeletonization can occur in two weeks.
This was all they had to look forward to: captivity, emaciation, skeletonization, and finally disappearance.
"Why is there some skeletonization around the jaws?"
Skeletonization algorithms can sometimes create unwanted branches on the output skeletons.
Although it was generally well preserved, there was some skeletonization of the lower half of the face.
By the end of the skeletonization process, all soft tissue will have been eliminated, leaving only disarticulated bones.
A container that allows air to pass in and out, such as a simple wooden box, allows for clean skeletonization.
The rate of skeletonization and the present condition of the corpse can be used to determine the time of death.
It also allows skeletonization, which differs from thinning in that skeletons allow recovery of the original image.
Thinning or skeletonization produces binary images which consist of pixel-wide lines.
As the bacteria consume all available proteins, the process of decomposition progresses into the next stage: skeletonization.
However, in 1975, the failure of the Burke's storage freezer in which the remains were stored made skeletonization immediately necessary.
The term decomposition is a generalized expression covering the overall process from the death of the individual until skeletonization of the body.
Quantization errors arise in standard skeletonization algorithms from the integer nature of digital images.
It is reported that while the lower half of the body was subject to skeletonization, the upper half was preserved due to adipocere.
Similarly, the concepts of skeletonization and thinning are also regarded as identical by some, and not by others.
Iterative thinning skeletonization methods can provide a distance in voxels from each tree node to the surface of the object.
Hole feeding and skeletonization are recorded in the early Permian, with surface fluid feeding evolving by the end of that period.
Degree of decomposition (e.g., putrefaction, adipocere, mummification, skeletonization, as appropriate).
It involves only one fold of the host leaflet, and therefore extensive skeletonization can be seen on the exterior of the fold.
When large populations of corn flea beetles are feeding, skeletonization of leaves and death of seedlings can occur.
The software implemented the skeletonization techniques of two published algorithms, plus a pixel-following algorithm to output vectors representing the original image.
Postmortem fetal extrusion can be very difficult to recognize once a body has undergone complete skeletonization, and bioarchaeologists are often very cautious in making the assertion.
The first release of WinTopo, although capable in the skeletonization functionality, did not produce vectors that were useful for CAD usage.
In existing skeletonization or vectorization algorithms for dendritic morphometry, the branch cross-section at any node is approximated as circular, with the D6 metric providing the single diameter estimate.