Low-level image processing with the structure multivector

@inproceedings{Felsberg2002LowlevelIP,
  title={Low-level image processing with the structure multivector},
  author={Michael Felsberg},
  year={2002}
}
The present thesis deals with two-dimensional signal processing for computer vision. The main topic is the development of a sophisticated generalization of the one-dimensional analytic signal to two dimensions. Motivated by the fundamental property of the latter, the invariance – equivariance constraint, and by its relation to complex analysis and potential theory, a two-dimensional approach is derived. This method is called the monogenic signal and it is based on the Riesz transform instead of… CONTINUE READING

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