Using structure for feature localisation in images
Techniques that are fast for matching in computer vision, such as the bag-of-features model, generally gain their speed by ignoring the relative structure of local elements. In comparison techniques that incorporate structure such as the constellation model typically involve an exhaustive analysis of all combinations that is computationally expensive. Efficient applications in matching the use of structure within the image, particularly perspective structure, has been inadequately...[Show more]
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