You will find here some selected links.
www.esiee.fr/~info/a2si. The web pages of the A2SI research center, ESIEE.
www.esiee.fr/~info/a2si/tw/. Everything you want to know on the (topological) watershed.
cmm.ensmp.fr. The web pages of the Mathematical Morphology Center at the Ecole des Mines, Fontainebleau, the place which gave birth to Mathematical Morphology.
Serge Beucher Pages on Watershed. Interesting pages, to my opinion a bit too dedicated to the work done at the CMM.
Henk Heijmans home page. Some papers are available on line. This site is the home page of the Morphology Digest, a newsletter dedicated to Mathematical Morphology.
The Stony Brook Algorithm Repository. Intended to serve as a comprehensive collection of algorithm implementations.
A khoros toolbox for Mathematical Morphology. An old version with source code of a khoros plug-in.
"Ligue Ile de France d'Aikido". You will find here a wonderful site dedicated to the practice of aikido around Paris, France. In particular, you will find the dojo addresses. Ho, be careful, I may be a bit partial to this site, as I am its webmaster ;-)
Aikisearch. You are looking for a dojo somewhere in the world. This page is for you.
Aikiweb. All what you ever wanted to know about Aikido.
The Aikido FAQ. An excellent complement to AikiWeb.
FFAB. Web of the French Aikido Federation (Aikikai).
Aikikai. Japanese Aikido Federation
AikidoOnline. Aikido Online reflects the teachings of perhaps the most prominent group of Aikido Shihan (master teachers) living outside Japan today. This group consists of the North American Shihankai Senseis, Yoshimitsu Yamada, Akira Tohei, T.K. Chiba, Mitsunari Kanai, Seiichi Sugano, Yukio Kawahara, Yutaka Kurita and Ichiro Shibata and Nobuyoshi Tamura in Europe.
Eurocal. Some European Aikido seminars.