Dissimilarity between two skeletal trees in a context

@article{Baseski2009DissimilarityBT,
  title={Dissimilarity between two skeletal trees in a context},
  author={Emre Baseski and Aykut Erdem and Sibel Tari},
  journal={Pattern Recognition},
  year={2009},
  volume={42},
  pages={370-385}
}
Skeletal trees are commonly used in order to express geometric properties of the shape. Accordingly, tree edit distance is used to compute a dissimilarity between two given shapes. We present a new tree edit based shape matching method which uses a recent coarse skeleton representation. The coarse skeleton representation allows us to represent both shapes and shape categories in the form of depth-1 trees. Consequently, we can easily integrate the influence of the categories into shape… CONTINUE READING
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