2D Shape Classification and Retrieval

  title={2D Shape Classification and Retrieval},
  author={Graham McNeill and Sethu Vijayakumar},
We present a novel correspondence-based technique for efficient shape classification and retrieval. Shape boundaries are described by a set of (ad hoc) equally spaced points – avoiding the need to extract “landmark points”. By formulating the correspondence problem in terms of a simple generative model, we are able to efficiently compute matches that incorporate scale, translation, rotation and reflection invariance. A hierarchical scheme with likelihood cut-off provides additional speed-up. In… CONTINUE READING
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