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Tensor Voting

A Perceptual Organization Approach to Computer Vision and Machine Learning (Synthesis Lectures on Image, Video, and Multimedia Processing)

by Phillipos Mordohai

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Published by Morgan and Claypool Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Computer vision,
  • Machine learning,
  • Imaging Systems,
  • Technology,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Technology / Engineering / Electrical,
  • Engineering - Electrical & Electronic

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages136
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9671632M
    ISBN 101598291009
    ISBN 109781598291001

      Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume ) Abstract Here we focus on two methodologies: tensor voting by Guy and Medioni, and stochastic completion fields by Mumford, Williams and Jacobs. Tensor voting has been one of the most versatile of those methods, with many different applications both in computer vision and medical image analysis. Its strategy consists in propagating local information encoded through tensors by means of perception-inspired rules.

    Tensor voting has been one of the most versatile of those methods, with many different applications both in computer vision and medical image analysis. A substantial part of this book deals. Book Description. The state-of-the art in computer vision: theory, applications, and programming. and introduce important new topics such as vision for special effects and the tensor voting framework. They begin with the fundamentals, cover select applications in detail, and introduce two popular approaches to computer vision programming.

    Tensor voting framework / Gerard Medioni and Philippos Mordohai --Pt. II. Applications in computer vision Image-based lighting / Paul E. Debevec Computer vision in visual effects / Doug Roble Content-based image retrieval: an overview / Theo Gevers and Arnold W. M. Smeulders This book covers the essential parts of the Tensor Voting framework, describes some of its applications, and compares it with other methodologies. If you want to implement this new approach, however, you're left alone with many details that are not explained, like the construction of the voting fields (especially in the 3D case) and how to.


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Tensor Voting by Phillipos Mordohai Download PDF EPUB FB2

The tensor voting framework combines these properties and provides a unified perceptual organization methodology applicable in situations that may seem heterogeneous initially. We show how several problems can be posed as the organization of the inputs into salient perceptual structures, which are inferred via tensor by: The methodology is grounded on two elements: tensor calculus for data representa- tion, and linear tensor voting for data communication.

Each input site propagates its information in a neighbor- hood. The information is encoded in a tensor, and is determined by a predefined voting field.

This book is a fantastic hands-on introduction to machine learning. Tensorflow is widely used and a prominent player in the machine learning library space. The book is well written, and the code is available on github. I would recommend this book to any software engineer or student trying to get their feet wet with machine by: 8.

The first pages of " Tensors, differential forms, and variational principles ", by David Lovelock and Hanno Rund, are metric-free. This book is very heavily into tensor subscripts and superscripts. If you don't like "coordinates", you won't like this book. Here's a round-up of the by: Tensor voting is an existing technique to extract features in this way.

In this paper, we present a new computational scheme for tensor voting on a dense field of rank-2 tensors. Using steerable.

PDF | On Mar 1,Bernard GHANEM and others published TENSOR VOTING SYSTEM AND METHOD | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. Second, we make several theoretical contributions to the Tensor Voting Framework and then address practical issues of its application to range data analysis.

An algebraic simplification of the voting procedure produces a closed-form tensor field that is both analytically differentiable and computationally cheaper than existing methods.

Tensor voting is a computational framework that addresses the problem of perceptual organisation. It was designed to convey human perception principles into a unified framework that can be adapted to extract visually salient elements from possibly noisy or corrupted images.

The result of this first voting pass is a set of generic tensor tokens. Each tensor obtained is then decomposed into a ball, a plate, and a stick component. Then, in a second pass of voting, the ball component, and vote using the plate and stick fields only, are discarded. The result is a dense tensor map, which is decomposed into vector maps.

Tensor voting (TV) was originally proposed by Guy and Medioni [1], and later pre-sented in a book by Medioni et al. [2]. It is a technique for robust grouping and extrac-tion of lines and curves from images.

In noisyimages, local feature measurements, i.e. We prove a closed-form solution to tensor voting (CFTV): given a point set in any dimensions, our closed-form solution provides an exact, continuous and efficient algorithm for computing a structure-aware tensor that simultaneously achieves salient structure detection and outlier attenuation.

Using CFTV, we prove the convergence of tensor voting on a Markov random field (MRF), thus termed as. Solution to Tensor Voting: Theory and Applications, IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence(TPAMI), Vol.

34, No. 8,Pages Li Xu*, Cewu Lu*, Yi Xu*, Jiaya Jia, Image Smoothing via L0 Gradient Minimization, ACM Transactions. Curve extraction via tensor voting. Contribute to daviddoria/TensorVoting development by creating an account on GitHub.

This paper presents a voting method to perform image correction by global and local intensity alignment. The key to our modeless approach is the estimation of global and local replacement functions by reducing the complex estimation problem to the robust 2D tensor voting in the corresponding voting spaces.

Tensor Voting for Image Correction by Global and Local Intensity Alignment Jiaya Jia, Chi-Keung Tang IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (PAMI), vol.

Book January Tensor Voting is a local, non parametric method that provides an efficient way to learn the complex geometric manifold structure under a significant amount of outlier. Clear book, goes at a comfortable pace, step by step.

Compared to other books on tensor calculus, I found this book easier going as it builds up nicely rather then start juggling with the indexes very early on. I watched the online lectures first by the author which are excellent and then started the s: Introduction --Tensor voting --Stereo vision from a perceptual organization perspective --Tensor voting in ND --Dimensionality estimation manifold learning and function approximation --Boundary inference --Figure completion --Conclusions --References.

Series Title: Synthesis lectures on image, video, and multimedia processing (Online), #8. Assuming a voting tensor with gradient orientation α and a receiving tensor with gradient orientation β, the magnitude of the vote m can be calculated as follows: (6) m = e-r 2 2 σ ′2 e 1-π / 2 π / 2-α-β where r denotes the distance between the voter and receiver and σ ′ is the scale of voting, which determines the size of the.

The work presented here extends the original tensor voting framework with the addition of boundary inference capabilities; a novel re-formulation of the framework applicable to high-dimensional spaces and the development of algorithms for computer vision and machine learning problems.

Line detector and tensor voting are combined for retinal vessel segmentation. • The method utilizes multiple scales for line detection and tensor voting framework. • Line detection response is adaptively thresholded to compensate for non-uniform images.

• Small vessels are reconstructed from centerlines based on pixel painting. •.The methodology is grounded in two elements: tensor calculus for representation, and voting for data communication.

The proposed methodology is non-iterative, requires no initial guess or thresholding, and can handle the presence of multiple curves, regions, and surfaces in a large amount of noise while still preserves discontinuities, and the.from book Visualization and Processing of Higher Order Descriptors for Multi-Valued Data (pp) Tensor voting has been one of the most versatile of those methods, with many different.