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22 October 2001 Comparison of Hausdorff distances performances in dissimilarity measurements for silhouette discrimination
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We have recently proposed an original approach for the statistical segmentation of an object, based on active contours. In this paper, we propose a comparison of several Hausdorff distances performances in dissimilarity measurements for silhouette discrimination. For this purpose, we apply on the silhouettes of a dataset six kinds of perturbations that can occur with an active contour technique and we compute the good discrimination rate versus the reject rate for each distance. We also propose a simple method to accelerate the calculus of the Hausdorff distances.
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Olivier Ruch and Philippe Refregier "Comparison of Hausdorff distances performances in dissimilarity measurements for silhouette discrimination", Proc. SPIE 4379, Automatic Target Recognition XI, (22 October 2001); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.445393
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