A New Framework of Invariant Fitting
This paper is an extension of the already published paper Voss/Suesse . In that paper we have developed a new region-based fitting method using the method of normalization. There we have demonstrated the zero-parametric fitting of lines, triangles, parallelograms, circles and ellipses. In the present paper we discuss this normalization idea for fitting of closed regions using circular segments, elliptical segments and rectangles. As features we use the area-based low order moments. We show that we have to solve only one-dimensional optimization problems in these cases.
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