Visual Form: Analysis and Recognition
C. Arcelli, L.P. Cordella, G.S. di Baja
Springer US, May 31, 1992 - Computers - 644 pages
This book contains the papers presented at the International Workshop on Visual Fonn, held in Capri (Italy) on May 27-30, 1991. The workshop, sponsored by the International Association for Pattern Recognition (!APR), has been jointly organized by the Dipartimento di Infonnatica e Sisternistica of the University of Naples and the Istituto di Cibemetica of the National Research Council of Italy, and has focussed on Shape. Shape is a distinctive feature of most patterns, so that recognition can often be attained through shape discrimination. The organizers of the workshop shared the general feeling manifested by researchers, that it was time for holding a meeting exclusively devoted to a feature so crucial for both human and machine perception. During this meeting, problems and prospects in the field of 2D and 3D shape analysis could be discussed extensively, so as to provide an effective, updated picture of the current research activity in which shape plays a central role. Indeed, many highly qualified researchers in the field positively reacted to the Call for Papers.
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Thinning of GrayScale Images with Combined Sequential
Shape Decomposition Using Structured Light Vision
Reversible Skeletonization by 5711 Erosion
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3D object affine transform analysis angle applied approximation Arcelli arcs aspect binary image boundary camera complex components Computer Vision connected contour convex coordinates corresponding curvature curve decomposition defined deformations Delaunay triangulation described detection distance transform edge edge detection equation error estimate example extraction face Figure filter function geometric geon given global graph hierarchical Hough transform IEEE Trans image plane Image Processing image velocity input invariant iteration label line segments linear matching mathematical morphology matrix medial axis method motion nodes noise object recognition obtained occluding operations orientation pair parallel parameters Pattern Recognition perspective projection pixels planar points polygon primitives problem Proc quadtree reconstruction region representation represented rotation scale scale-space scan scene shape features simulated annealing skeleton space spline stereo superquadric surface symmetry technique thinning algorithm vector vertex vertices Visual Form visual hull