Mtar: a Robust 2d Shape Representation

  title={Mtar: a Robust 2d Shape Representation},
  author={Ibrahim El Rube and Naif A. Alajlan and Mohamed S. Kamel and Maher Ahmed and George H. Freeman},
  journal={Int. J. Image Graph.},
In this paper, a new 2D shape Multiscale Triangle-Area Representation (MTAR) method is proposed. This representation utilizes a simple geometric principle, that is, the area of the triangles formed by the shape boundary points. The wavelet transform is used for smoothing and decomposing the shape boundaries into multiscale levels. At each scale level, a TAR image and the corresponding Maxima-Minima lines are obtained. The resulting MTAR is more robust to noise, less complex, and more selective… 
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