Variables  
TComparisonMode  ComparisonMode 
Defines the comparison mode to be used when calculating the output image in constant thresholding or image thresholding mode. More...  
boolean  Entire 
If this property is set to TRUE the currently set area of interest, defined through the properties X0, Y0, X1, Y1, X2 and Y2, is ignored and the thresholding operation affects the complete input image. More...  
__int3264  ImageIn 
Specifies the input image object for the thresholding operations. It should be assigned prior to calling the Execute method. More...  
__int3264  ImageOut 
Handle to the result image of the last thresholding operation. More...  
__int3264  ImageThreshold 
Specifies the image which contains the local thresholds to be applied to the input image in the TM_Image mode. In other modes the handle stored in this property will be ignored. More...  
long  MaskSize 
Contains the mask window size to be used for averaging in dynamic thresholding (ThresholdingMode = TM_Dynamic). The minimum mask size to be used is 3, and valid mask sizes are odd (even numbers will internally automatically be reduced to the next odd number by subtracting 1). More...  
boolean  ResetCS 
If this property is set to TRUE the image's coordinate system is reset prior to doing anything else when the Execute method is invoked. This means that the origin will be located at the upper left corner of the image and the matrix will be the identity matrix. More...  
long  Threshold 
Defines the threshold against which the selected operation compares. More...  
TThresholdingMode  ThresholdingMode 
Defines the thresholding method which is be used when the Execute method is invoked. More...  
double  X0 
Xcoordinate of the upper left point of the area of interest. The properties X0, Y0, X1, Y1, X2 and Y2 define the area in which the control calculates the threshold. More...  
double  X1 
Xcoordinate of the lower left point of the area of interest. The properties X0, Y0, X1, Y1, X2 and Y2 define the area in which the control calculates the threshold. More...  
double  X2 
Xcoordinate of the upper right point of the area of interest. The properties X0, Y0, X1, Y1, X2 and Y2 define the area in which the control calculates the threshold. More...  
double  Y0 
Ycoordinate of the upper left point of the area of interest. The properties X0, Y0, X1, Y1, X2 and Y2 define the area in which the control calculates the threshold. More...  
double  Y1 
Ycoordinate of the lower left point of the area of interest. The properties X0, Y0, X1, Y1, X2 and Y2 define the area in which the control calculates the threshold. More...  
double  Y2 
Ycoordinate of the upper right point of the area of interest. The properties X0, Y0, X1, Y1, X2 and Y2 define the area in which the control calculates the threshold. More...  

property 
Defines the comparison mode to be used when calculating the output image in constant thresholding or image thresholding mode.
[in,out]  ComparisonMode  Comparison mode to be used. See TComparisonMode for possible modes. 

property 
If this property is set to TRUE
the currently set area of interest, defined through the properties X0, Y0, X1, Y1, X2 and Y2, is ignored and the thresholding operation affects the complete input image.
[in,out]  Entire  TRUE indicates that the complete image will be used, FALSE otherwise. 
TRUE
indicates that the complete image will be used, FALSE
otherwise.

property 

propertyreadonly 
Handle to the result image of the last thresholding operation.
[out]  ImageOut  Handle of the result image object. 

property 
Specifies the image which contains the local thresholds to be applied to the input image in the TM_Image mode. In other modes the handle stored in this property will be ignored.
[in,out]  ImageThreshold  Handle of the threshold image object. 

property 
Contains the mask window size to be used for averaging in dynamic thresholding (ThresholdingMode = TM_Dynamic). The minimum mask size to be used is 3, and valid mask sizes are odd (even numbers will internally automatically be reduced to the next odd number by subtracting 1).
[in,out]  MaskSize  Comparison mode to be used. See TComparisonMode for possible modes. 

property 
If this property is set to TRUE
the image's coordinate system is reset prior to doing anything else when the Execute method is invoked. This means that the origin will be located at the upper left corner of the image and the matrix will be the identity matrix.
[in,out]  ResetCS  TRUE indicates that the coordinate system of the image is reseted before execution, FALSE otherwise. 
TRUE
indicates that the coordinate system of the image is reseted before execution, FALSE
otherwise.

property 
Defines the threshold against which the selected operation compares.
[in,out]  Threshold  Comparison mode to be used. See TComparisonMode for possible modes. 

property 
Defines the thresholding method which is be used when the Execute method is invoked.
[in,out]  ThresholdingMode  Thresholding mode to be used. See TThresholdingMode for possible modes. 

property 
Xcoordinate of the upper left point of the area of interest. The properties X0, Y0, X1, Y1, X2 and Y2 define the area in which the control calculates the threshold.
TRUE
these values will be ignored and the complete image will be used instead. Otherwise only that part of the input image that lies within the parallelogram defined by these 6 properties will be subject to the binarization operation (and the output image will be a rectangular image containing exactly the contents of this area). [in,out]  X0  Xcoordinate of the upper left point of the area of interest. 

property 
Xcoordinate of the lower left point of the area of interest. The properties X0, Y0, X1, Y1, X2 and Y2 define the area in which the control calculates the threshold.
TRUE
these values will be ignored and the complete image will be used instead. Otherwise only that part of the input image that lies within the parallelogram defined by these 6 properties will be subject to the binarization operation (and the output image will be a rectangular image containing exactly the contents of this area). [in,out]  X1  Xcoordinate of the lower left point of the area of interest. 

property 
Xcoordinate of the upper right point of the area of interest. The properties X0, Y0, X1, Y1, X2 and Y2 define the area in which the control calculates the threshold.
TRUE
these values will be ignored and the complete image will be used instead. Otherwise only that part of the input image that lies within the parallelogram defined by these 6 properties will be subject to the binarization operation (and the output image will be a rectangular image containing exactly the contents of this area). [in,out]  X1  Xcoordinate of the upper right point of the area of interest. 

property 
Ycoordinate of the upper left point of the area of interest. The properties X0, Y0, X1, Y1, X2 and Y2 define the area in which the control calculates the threshold.
TRUE
these values will be ignored and the complete image will be used instead. Otherwise only that part of the input image that lies within the parallelogram defined by these 6 properties will be subject to the binarization operation (and the output image will be a rectangular image containing exactly the contents of this area). [in,out]  Y0  Ycoordinate of the upper left point of the area of interest. 

property 
Ycoordinate of the lower left point of the area of interest. The properties X0, Y0, X1, Y1, X2 and Y2 define the area in which the control calculates the threshold.
TRUE
these values will be ignored and the complete image will be used instead. Otherwise only that part of the input image that lies within the parallelogram defined by these 6 properties will be subject to the binarization operation (and the output image will be a rectangular image containing exactly the contents of this area). [in,out]  Y1  Ycoordinate of the lower left point of the area of interest. 

property 
Ycoordinate of the upper right point of the area of interest. The properties X0, Y0, X1, Y1, X2 and Y2 define the area in which the control calculates the threshold.
TRUE
these values will be ignored and the complete image will be used instead. Otherwise only that part of the input image that lies within the parallelogram defined by these 6 properties will be subject to the binarization operation (and the output image will be a rectangular image containing exactly the contents of this area). [in,out]  Y2  Ycoordinate of the upper right point of the area of interest. 