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It is argued that space curves are useful for representing 3-D surfaces and objects. This paper introduces a multiscale shape representation, referred to as the torsion scale space image (or TSS), for space curves. Experiments show that the representation is robust and suitable for recognition of...
Recently, different approaches for uncalibrated stereo have been suggested which permit projective reconstructions from multiple views. These use weak calibration which is represented by the epipolar geometry, and so we require no knowledge of the intrinsic or extrinsic camera parameters. In this...
The stance transform is an operation that converts an image consisting of black and white pixels to an image where each pixel has a value or coordinate that represents the distance or location to the nearest black pixel. It is a basic operation in image processing and computer vision fields, used...