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Curve tracing
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Local method
2.2.1 Classification of curve points
2.2.2 Linking of curve points
2.3 Improvements - Incorporating global features
2.3.1 Curve following at junctions
2.3.2 Tracing faint curves
2.4 More results
2.5 Selection of parameter values
2.6 Choice of starting point
2.7 Performance with noisy images
2.8 Conclusion
Curve detection
3.1 Introduction
3.1.1 Motivation - A real world application
3.2 The Radon Transform
3.2.1 The Generalized Radon Transform
3.3 Curve detection issues
3.3.1 Discretization
3.3.2 Choice of parameter domain
3.3.3 Noisy images
3.3.4 Fuzzy Radon Transform
3.3.5 Implementation
3.3.6 Localized Radon Transform
3.3.7 Inverse Radon Transform
3.4 Issues tackled in this thesis
3.4.1 Multiple similar curves (Detecting thick curves)
3.4.2 Spurious curves
3.4.3 Insufficiency of model
3.5 Improvements
3.5.1 Multiple similar curves
3.5.2 Spurious curves
3.5.3 Insufficiency of model
3.6 Conclusion
Conclusion - future work
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Curve Tracing[MS Thesis]

Curve Tracing[MS Thesis]

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Published by: Feng Chen on Feb 06, 2012
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