A Heuristic Method for Region Reconstruction from Noisy Samples

  title={A Heuristic Method for Region Reconstruction from Noisy Samples},
  author={Emilio Vital Brazil and Luiz Henrique de Figueiredo},
  journal={Int. J. Shape Model.},
We describe a heuristic method for reconstructing a region in the plane from a noisy sample of points. The method uses radial basis functions with Gaussian kernels to compute a fuzzy membership function which provides an implicit approximation for the region. We also evaluate our reconstruction method for several sampling conditions. 
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