Bayesian estimation of the shape skeleton.

@article{Feldman2006BayesianEO,
  title={Bayesian estimation of the shape skeleton.},
  author={Jacob Feldman and Manish Singh},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2006},
  volume={103 47},
  pages={18014-9}
}
Skeletal representations of shape have attracted enormous interest ever since their introduction by Blum [Blum H (1973) J Theor Biol 38:205-287], because of their potential to provide a compact, but meaningful, shape representation, suitable for both neural modeling and computational applications. But effective computation of the shape skeleton remains a notorious unsolved problem; existing approaches are extremely sensitive to noise and give counterintuitive results with simple shapes. In… CONTINUE READING

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