Bias Error Analysis of the Generalised Hough Transform

@article{Aguado2000BiasEA,
  title={Bias Error Analysis of the Generalised Hough Transform},
  author={Alberto S. Aguado and Eugenia Montiel and Mark S. Nixon},
  journal={Journal of Mathematical Imaging and Vision},
  year={2000},
  volume={12},
  pages={25-42}
}
The generalised Hough transform (GHT) extends the Hough transform (HT) to the extraction of arbitrary shapes. In practice, the performance of both techniques differs considerably. The literature suggests that, whilst the HT can provide accurate results with significant levels of noise and occlusion, the performance of the GHT is in fact much more sensitive to noise. In this paper we extend previous error analyses by considering the possible causes of bias errors of the GHT. Our analysis… CONTINUE READING
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