The adaptive pyramid: A framework for 2D image analysis

@article{Jolion1992TheAP,
  title={The adaptive pyramid: A framework for 2D image analysis},
  author={Jean-Michel Jolion and Annick Montanvert},
  journal={CVGIP: Image Understanding},
  year={1992},
  volume={55},
  pages={339-348}
}
The adaptive pyramid is a new framework for 2D image analysis. It is based on the principle of local evidence accumulation for global interpretation. The adaptive structure of this pyramid is a new approach of reduced resolution. We introduce the concept of surviving cell as a local maximum of an interest operator. A root is then defined as a particular surviving cell. Examples are shown in segmentation for different images. The limits of this technique are presented on an example of a highly… CONTINUE READING

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