30 September 1996 Discrete active models in vision geometry
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Optimization processes based on `active models' have been used to solve many problems in computer vision. This paper describes a simple class of discrete active models, called migration processes, which can be defined without the use of sophisticated mathematical machinery. The processes are based on iterated averaging over neighborhoods defined by constant geodesic distance. They can be applied to derive natural solutions to a variety of optimization problems, including defining (minimal) surface patches given their boundary curves; and finding shortest paths joining set of points.
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Azriel Rosenfeld, Azriel Rosenfeld, Sandor Fejes, Sandor Fejes, } "Discrete active models in vision geometry", Proc. SPIE 2826, Vision Geometry V, (30 September 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.251814; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.251814
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