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Innovations for shape analysis : model and algorithms

Author: Michael Breuß; Alfred Bruckstein; Petros Maragos
Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2013.
Series: Mathematics and visualization.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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The concept of 'shape' is at the heart of image processing and computer vision, yet researchers still have some way to go to replicate the human brain's ability to extrapolate meaning from the most basic of outlines. This volume reflects the advances of the last decade, which have also opened up tough new challenges in image processing. Today's applications require flexible models as well as efficient,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Innovations for Shape Analysis.
Berlin Springer, 2013
(OCoLC)827787552
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Breuß; Alfred Bruckstein; Petros Maragos
ISBN: 9783642341410 3642341411
OCLC Number: 838024597
Description: 1 online resource (xxiv, 496 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Contents: Part I. Discrete Shape Analysis. Modeling Three-Dimensional Morse and Morse-Smale Complexes / Lidija Čomić, Leila De Floriani, Federico Iuricich --
Geodesic Regression and Its Application to Shape Analysis / P. Thomas Fletcher --
Segmentation and Skeletonization on Arbitrary Graphs Using Multiscale Morphology and Active Contours / Petros Maragos, Kimon Drakopoulos --
Refined Homotopic Thinning Algorithms and Quality Measures for Skeletonisation Methods / Pascal Peter, Michael Breuß --
Nested Sphere Statistics of Skeletal Models / Stephen M. Pizer [and others] --
3D Curve Skeleton Computation and Use for Discrete Shape Analysis / Gabriella Sanniti di Baja, Luca Serino, Carlo Arcelli --
Orientation and Anisotropy of Multi-component Shapes / Joviša Žunić, Paul L. Rosin. Part II. Partial Differential Equations for Shape Analysis. Stable Semi-local Features for Non-rigid Shapes / Roee Litman, Alexander M. Bronstein, Michael M. Bronstein --
A Brief Survey on Semi-Lagrangian Schemes for Image Processing / Elisabetta Carlini, Maurizio Falcone, Adriano Festa --
Shape Reconstruction of Symmetric Surfaces Using Photometric Stereo / Roberto Mecca, Silvia Tozza --
Remeshing by Curvature Driven Diffusion / Serena Morigi, Marco Rucci --
Group-Valued Regularization for Motion Segmentation of Articulated Shapes / Guy Rosman [and others] --
Point Cloud Segmentation and Denoising via Constrained Nonlinear Least Squares Normal Estimates / Edward Castillo, Jian Liang, Hongkai Zhao --
Distance Images and the Enclosure Field: Applications in Intermediate-Level Computer and Biological Vision / Steven W. Zucker. Part III. Optimization Methods for Shape Analysis. Non-rigid Shape Correspondence Using Pointwise Surface Descriptors and Metric Structures / Anastasia Dubrovina, Dan Raviv, Ron Kimmel --
A Review of Geometry Recovery from a Single Image Focusing on Curved Object Reconstruction / Martin R. Oswald [and others] --
On Globally Optimal Local Modeling: From Moving Least Squares to Over-parametrization / Shachar Shem-Tov [and others] --
Incremental Level Set Tracking / Shay Dekel, Nir Sochen, Shai Avidan --
Simultaneous Convex Optimization of Regions and Region Parameters in Image Segmentation Models / Egil Bae, Jing Yuan, Xue-Cheng Tai --
Fluctuating Distance Fields, Parts, Three-Partite Skeletons / Sibel Tari --
Integrated DEM Construction and Calibration of Hyperspectral Imagery: A Remote Sensing Perspective / Christian Wöhler, Arne Grumpe.
Series Title: Mathematics and visualization.
Responsibility: Michael Breuß, Alfred Bruckstein, Petros Maragos, editors.

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