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[[alternative]]Two-phase Relaxation with Fuzzy Split-and-merge Contraption

By [[author]]陳金進, Jin-Jinn [[author]]Chen, 陳金進 and Jin-Jinn Chen

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[[abstract]]We endow general structural relaxation schemes with a number of novel features: (a) the capability of invariance under affine transformations (including rotation, translation, and scaling), (b) the competence of handling multiple objects with incomplete shapes, (c) a two-way framework in which both consistency and correctness of feature mapping are improved, and (d) a fuzzy split-and-merge mechanism that significantly reduces the computational complexity. Experimental results have revealed the robustness and efficiency of the proposed scheme in dealing with multiple-object scences. The outcomes of the algorithm are good enough for being used in the task of high level fearture matching in object recognition. Index Terms-Structural relaxation scheme, Affine transformation, Mutual occlusion, Two-way relaxation, Fuzzy split-and-merge contraption, Subtended angles

Topics: Structural Relaxatin Scheme, Affine Transformation, Mutual Occlusion, Two-way Relaxation, Fuzzy Split-and-merge Contraption, Subtended Angles, [[classification]]25
Year: 2010
OAI identifier: oai:ir.lib.ntnu.edu.tw:309250000Q/16667
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