A Novel Algorithm for Exact Concave Hull Extraction

@article{VanHorn2022ANA,
  title={A Novel Algorithm for Exact Concave Hull Extraction},
  author={Kevin Christopher VanHorn and Murat Can Çobanoğlu},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2206.11481}
}
Region extraction is necessary in a wide range of applications, from object detection in autonomous driving to analysis of subcellular morphology in cell biology. There exist two main approaches: convex hull extraction, for which exact and efficient algorithms exist and concave hulls, which are better at capturing real-world shapes but do not have a single solution. Especially in the context of a uniform grid, concave hull algorithms are largely approximate, sacrificing region integrity for… 

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