Symmetry and Locality in Image Representation
Abstract This chapter describes the way in which symmetry and locality affect the choice of an image representation. After discussing these concepts and the role they play in image analysis, examples of a number of applications of the ideas to problems such as image segmentation and motion estimation are described briefly.
KeywordsMotion Estimation Wavelet Transform Markov Random Field Image Representation Continuous Wavelet Transform
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