Low-level Grouping of Straight Line Segments

@inproceedings{Etemadi1991LowlevelGO,
  title={Low-level Grouping of Straight Line Segments},
  author={A. Etemadi and J.-P. Schmidt and George Matas and John Illingworth and Josef Kittler},
  year={1991}
}
In this paper we present a formalism for the formation of self consistent, hierarchical, “Low-Level” groupings of pairs of straight line segments from which all higher level groupings may be derived. Additionally, each low-level grouping is associated with a “Quality” factor, based on evidential reasoning, which reflects how much the groupings differ from mathematically perfect ones. This formalism has been incorporated into algorithms within the “LPEG” software package produced at the… CONTINUE READING

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