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By frames we understand a collection of binary images. It is a sequence if it comes from thresholding of a gray scale image or a 3-parameter array if it is a color image. A binary video is a sequence of its frames in the usual sense of the word. The frames of a gray scale video form a 2-parameter array.

Frames is our main tool for studying parametric images.

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