Scale-Space: Its Natural Operators and Differential Invariants

@inproceedings{Romeny1991ScaleSpaceIN,
  title={Scale-Space: Its Natural Operators and Differential Invariants},
  author={Bart M. ter Haar Romeny and Luc Florack and Jan J. Koenderink and Max A. Viergever},
  booktitle={IPMI},
  year={1991}
}
Why and how one should study a scale-space is prescribed by the universal physical law of scale invariance, expressed by the so-called Pi-theorem. The fact that any image is a physical observable with an inner and outer scale bound, necessarily gives rise to a ‘scale-space representation’, in which a given image is represented by a one-dimensional family of images representing that image on various levels of inner spatial scale. An early vision system is completely ignorant of the geometry of… CONTINUE READING

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