Bounding box splitting for robust shape classification

@article{Bauckhage2005BoundingBS,
  title={Bounding box splitting for robust shape classification},
  author={Christian Bauckhage and John K. Tsotsos},
  journal={IEEE International Conference on Image Processing 2005},
  year={2005},
  volume={2},
  pages={II-478}
}
This paper presents a fast method to compute homeomorphisms between 2D lattices and shapes found in binary images. Unlike many other methods, this mapping is not restricted to simply connected shapes but applies to arbitrary topologies. Moreover, it provides an avenue to the embedding of shapes in vectorspaces over R and C and thus enables robust shape recognition. 

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