Connected contours: A new contour completion model that respects the closure effect
Contour Completion plays an important role in visual perception, where the goal is to group fragmented low-level edge elements into perceptually coherent and salient contours. This process is often considered as guided by some middle-level Gestalt principles. Most existing methods for contour completion have focused on utilizing rather local Gestalt laws such as good-continuity and proximity. In contrast, much fewer methods have addressed the global contour closure effect, despite that many...[Show more]
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