Nonlinear pyramids for object identification

@article{Segall1996NonlinearPF,
  title={Nonlinear pyramids for object identification},
  author={C. Andrew Segall and Wei Chen and S M Acton},
  journal={Conference Record of The Thirtieth Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers},
  year={1996},
  pages={1004-1008 vol.2}
}
Image pyramids constructed via nonlinear filtering and subsampling are investigated for object identification and tracking task. Two nonlinear structures, the morphological pyramid and the anisotropic diffusion pyramid are used in coarse-to-fine target recognition algorithms. The background and theoretical development of the pyramidal strategies are presented, and important implementation decisions are discussed. Particularly, the analysis focuses on the sampling schemes and the selection of… CONTINUE READING
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