how can reconstruct one grayscale image with the other??

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I have 2 grayimage m1:
and m2:
you can see that m1 and m2 has a little differences.. Is there any way to reconstruct m1 wit m2?? I want to have m1 without any holes and any thing that are like holes... should I turn this images to binary image?

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 18 Sep 2014
I'm sure we've talked this before. You can use active contour (demo attached again) to fill in bays on your image. Then use that to extract the new gray scale image
smoothBorder = activecontour(grayImage, mask, 400, 'edge');
newGrayImage = grayImage; % Initialize
newGrayImage(~smoothBorder) = 0; % Black outside smoothed border.
sara on 20 Sep 2014
Edited: sara on 20 Sep 2014
thanks Image Analyst yes I understand....I should try these things and merge these with "something that are in my mind and I think maybe is true" ... I will comeback soon.thank you for the time that you spend on my question. Always Your advice are very useful for me.
Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 22 Sep 2014
If it's the best answer you'll think you'll get from anyone, and at least got you started in the right direction, then can you mark it as accepted?

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sara on 22 Sep 2014
dear Image Analyst
If we want to use activecontour our mask should be larger than If we have for example 13 slices that we want to reconstruct one of them with the others so first we should know that wich one can be mask??am I right?
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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 22 Sep 2014
I haven't used activecontour a lot. I don't know if the starter mask has to be larger than the final mask, or if it can be smaller, or go both inside and outside. Not sure - you'd have to try it. At least that's what I think you were asking, because morphological reconstruction with a marker image using imreconstruct() is a different thing.

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