Applications of Locally Orderless Images

In a recent work [15], Koenderink and Van Doorn consider a family of three intertwined scale-spaces coined the locally orderless image (LOI). The LOI represents the image, observed at inner scale σ, as a local histogram with bin-width β, at each location, with a Gaussian-shape region of interest of extent α. LOIs form a natural and elegant extension of… (More)