A New Method for Line Matching
To exploit the existing mature technology of points matching and combine the concept of edge potential functions (EPF), proposing a new method to match curve segments. The method makes full of feature points, the relation between feature points and curves, and gray space, has matching accuracy, and narrows down the searching space and improves the speed of matching.
KeywordsFeature Point Curve Segment Normalize Cross Correlation Curve Match Left View
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This work is sponsored by Project No10XLB19 supported by Dr. Research Funds of Chongqing Normal University, Chongqing Education Committee (KJ090809) and Chongqing Higher Education Educational Reform (NO:102118).
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