SLEDGE: Sequential Labeling of Image Edges for Boundary Detection

@article{Payet2013SLEDGESL,
  title={SLEDGE: Sequential Labeling of Image Edges for Boundary Detection},
  author={Nadia Payet and Sinisa Todorovic},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Vision},
  year={2013},
  volume={104},
  pages={15-37}
}
Our goal is to detect boundaries of objects or surfaces occurring in an arbitrary image. We present a new approach that discovers boundaries by sequential labeling of a given set of image edges. A visited edge is labeled as on or off a boundary, based on the edge’s photometric and geometric properties, and evidence of its perceptual grouping with already identified boundaries. We use both local Gestalt cues (e.g., proximity and good continuation), and the global Helmholtz principle of non… CONTINUE READING
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