Summary and discussion
Part of the The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science book series (SECS, volume 256)
The proposed representation is similar to the primal sketch idea suggested by Marr (1976, 1982), in the sense that it is a two-dimensional representation of the significant grey-level structures in the image. It is also computed under extremely weak assumptions. In addition, it is a region-based, not an edge-based representation, and it is more qualitative,without strong assumptions about the shapes of the primitives. It consists of blobs (extremum regions) at multiple scales in scale-space, and allows for
automatic detection of salient (stable) scales, if they exist
ranking of blob-like structures in order of significance, and
generation of hypotheses for grouping and segmentation.
KeywordsLocal Extremum Extremum Region High Level Module Stable Scale Blob Detection
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