The Conformal Monogenic Signal of Image Sequences

@inproceedings{Wietzke2008TheCM,
  title={The Conformal Monogenic Signal of Image Sequences},
  author={Lennart Wietzke and Gerald Sommer and Oliver Fleischmann and Christian Schmaltz},
  booktitle={Statistical and Geometrical Approaches to Visual Motion Analysis},
  year={2008}
}
Based on the research results of the Kiel University Cognitive Systems Group in the field of multidimensional signal processing and Computer Vision, this book chapter presents new ideas in 2D/3D and multidimensional signal theory. The novel approach, called the conformal monogenic signal, is a rotationally invariant quadrature filter for extracting i(ntrinsic)1D and i2D local features of any curved 2D signal - such as lines, edges, corners and circles - without the use of any heuristics or… 
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