Three Dimensional Curvilinear Structure Detection Using Optimally Oriented Flux

@inproceedings{Law2008ThreeDC,
  title={Three Dimensional Curvilinear Structure Detection Using Optimally Oriented Flux},
  author={Max W. K. Law and Albert C. S. Chung},
  booktitle={ECCV},
  year={2008}
}
This paper proposes a novel curvilinear structure detector, called Optimally Oriented Flux (OOF). OOF finds an optimal axis on which image gradients are projected in order to compute the image gradient flux. The computation of OOF is localized at the boundaries of local spherical regions. It avoids considering closely located adjacent structures. The main advantage of OOF is its robustness against the disturbance induced by closely located adjacent objects. Moreover, the analytical formulation… CONTINUE READING
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