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Palágyi, Kálmán:
*How sufficient conditions are related for topology-preserving reductions.*
Acta cybernetica, (23) 3.
pp. 939-958. (2018)

Palágyi, Kálmán:
*Preface.*
Acta cybernetica, (21) 1.
p. 3. (2013)

Hantos, Norbert and Balázs, Péter and Palágyi, Kálmán:
*Binary tomography using two projections and morphological skeleton.*
Conference of PhD Students in Computer Science, (8).
p. 20. (2012)

Palágyi, Kálmán and Ferenc, Rudolf and Bánhelyi, Balázs and Gergely, Tamás and Kincses, Zoltán:
*Preface.*
Conference of PhD Students in Computer Science, (8).
p. 1. (2012)

Németh, Gábor and Kardos, Péter and Palágyi, Kálmán:
*2D parallel thinning and shrinking based on sufficient conditions for topology preservation.*
Acta cybernetica, (20) 1.
pp. 125-144. (2011)

Palágyi, Kálmán:
*Preface.*
Acta cybernetica, (20) 1.
p. 3. (2011)

Palágyi, Kálmán and Bánhegyi, Balázs and Gergely, Tamás and Kincses, Zoltán:
*Preface.*
Conference of PhD Students in Computer Science, (7).
p. 3. (2010)

Palágyi, Kálmán:
*Preface.*
Acta cybernetica, (19) 1.
p. 3. (2009)

Palágyi, Kálmán and Bánhegyi, Balázs and Gergely, Tamás and Matijevics, István:
*Preface.*
Conference of PhD Students in Computer Science, (6).
p. 3. (2008)

Michnay, Balázs and Palágyi, Kálmán:
*Automatic vessel segmentation from CDSA image sequences.*
Conference of PhD Students in Computer Science, (5).
p. 76. (2006)

Tanács, Attila and Palágyi, Kálmán and Kuba, Attila:
*A fully automatic medical image registration algorithm based on mutual information.*
Conference of PhD Students in Computer Science, (3).
p. 102. (2002)

Palágyi, Kálmán:
*A 3D parallel shrinking algorithm.*
Acta cybernetica, (15) 2.
pp. 201-211. (2001)

Palágyi, Kálmán:
*A 3D directional shrinking algorithm.*
Conference of PhD Students in Computer Science, (2).
pp. 77-80. (2000)

Tanács, Attila and Palágyi, Kálmán:
*Efficient implementation of morphological and local neighbourhood operations.*
Conference of PhD Students in Computer Science, (1).
pp. 100-101. (1998)