Calculus of Variations and Geometric Measure Theory
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G. Bellettini - V. Beorchia - M. Paolini - F. Pasquarelli

Shape Reconstruction from Apparent Contours. Theory and Algorithms

created by belletti on 09 Dec 2014



Inserted: 9 dec 2014

Journal: Computational Imaging and Vision, Springer-Verlag, to appear
Pages: iii-333
Year: 2014

Starting from a variational model concerning the depth of the objects in a picture and the problem of hidden and illusory contours, we investigate one of the central problems of computer vision: the topological and algorithmic reconstruction of a smooth three dimensional scene starting from the visible part of an apparent contour. We focus our attention on the manipulation of apparent contours using a finite set of elementary moves, corresponding to diffeomorphic deformations of three dimensional scenes. The book is intended also as a user's guide to the software code appcontour, written for the manipulation of apparent contours and their invariants.

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