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The easiest way to deal with this would be to provide thickness for the edges in the continuous setting. That is, make your edges out of solid capsules/cylinders, then you would not have this issue. Technically, this is is neither a supersampling nor a filtering technique, but rather a reformulation of the problem in the continuous setting. Another ...


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You can take a 1D Fourier transform of a row of pixels from the image; it will give you the horizontal frequencies present in that row. You could sample one row out of the image, or else average all the rows together to get an overall picture of the horizontal frequencies.


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