The input raster to be thinned.
It must be of integer type.
Specifies the cell value that will identify the background cells. The linear features are formed from the foreground cells.
Filter input first
Specifies whether a filter will be applied as the first phase of thinning.
Shape for corners
Specifies whether round or sharp turns will be made at turns or junctions.
It is also used during the vector conversion process to spline curves or create sharp intersections and corners.
Maximum thickness of input linear features
The maximum thickness, in map units, of linear features in the input raster.
The default thickness is ten times the cell size.
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The output thinned raster.
The output is always of integer type.