Fast Implementation of Waterfall Based on Graphs

@inproceedings{Marcotegui2005FastIO,
  title={Fast Implementation of Waterfall Based on Graphs},
  author={Beatriz Marcotegui and Serge Beucher},
  booktitle={ISMM},
  year={2005}
}
The waterfall algorithm is a contrast-based hierarchical segmentation approach. In this paper we propose an efficient implementation based on the minimum spanning tree of the neighborhood graph. Furthermore, other hierarchies are proposed and compared to the original version of the algorithm. 

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