2D-Shape Analysis Using Conformal Mapping

@inproceedings{Sharon20042DShapeAU,
  title={2D-Shape Analysis Using Conformal Mapping},
  author={Eitan Sharon and David Mumford},
  booktitle={CVPR},
  year={2004}
}
The study of 2D shapes and their similarities is a central problem in the field of vision. It arises in particular from the task of classifying and recognizing objects from their observed silhouette. Defining natural distances between 2D shapes creates a metric space of shapes, whose mathematical structure is inherently relevant to the classification task. One intriguing metric space comes from using conformal mappings of 2D shapes into each other, via the theory of Teichmüller spaces. In this… 
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