NeuroHough: A Neural Network for Computing the Hough Transform
A new paradigm for the implementation of the Hough Transform (HT) is presented in this paper. The paradigm makes use of the neural networks’ properties as function approximators in order to avoid some problems of the standard HT implementation. Some encouraging results are presented.
KeywordsParameter Space Image Space Hough Transform Geometrical Element Neural Architecture
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