Geometry in Action


Many computer vision papers tend to apply signal processing techniques rather than discrete geometry, to be very heuristic, or to simply describe coordinate systems or other geometric modelling tools. However there has been some work in the computational geometry community on exact solution of geometric pattern matching problems associated with vision, for instance by Dan Huttenlocher's group at Cornell. Several vision projects use Voronoi diagrams to represent the structure of the image under study.

Part of Geometry in Action, a collection of applications of computational geometry.
David Eppstein, Theory Group, ICS, UC Irvine.

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