11.2.5 The Facet Model for Descriptions

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Descriptions, Facet. Facet Model. See also Digital Step Edges from Zero-Crossings of Second Directional Derivatives.

Haralick, R.M.[Robert M.],
Edge and Region Analysis for Digital Image Data,
CGIP(12), No. 1, January 1980, pp. 60-73.
Elsevier DOI Facet Model. Segmentation, Edges. Segmentation, Facet Model. Fit a sloped plane to the image region rather than a uniform intensity. See also Facet Model for Image Data, A. BibRef 8001

Watson, L.T.[Layne T.], Laffey, T.J.[Thomas J.], Haralick, R.M.[Robert M.],
Topographic Classification of Digital Image Intensity Surfaces Using Generalized Splines and the Discrete Cosine Transform,
CVGIP(29), No. 2, February 1985, pp. 143-167.
Elsevier DOI Primal Sketch. BibRef 8502
Earlier: A2, A3, A1:
Topographic Classification of Digital Image Intensity Surfaces,
CVWS82(171-177). The complete paper on the topographic primal sketch. This refers to several other related papers. The results are based on first and second directional derivatives, with splines or the cosine transform used to estimate the surface. Proofs in: See also Topographic Primal Sketch, The. BibRef

Shapiro, L.G., Haralick, R.M., and Pong, T.C.,
The Use of the Facet Model and the Topographic Primal Sketch in Image Analysis,
ACV88(II 1-46). BibRef 8800

Pong, T.C.[Ting-Chuen], Shapiro, L.G.[Linda G.], Haralick, R.M.[Robert M.],
Shape Estimation from Topographic Primal Sketch,
PR(18), No. 5, 1985, pp. 333-347.
Elsevier DOI BibRef 8500
Earlier:
Shape Estimation from Topographic Primal Sketch: An Initial Feasibility Study,
ICPR84(597-600). BibRef

Haralick, R.M.[Robert M.], Watson, L.T.[Layne T.], Laffey, T.J.[Thomas J.],
The Topographic Primal Sketch,
IJRR(2), Spring 1983, pp. 50-72. BibRef 8300
Earlier: A3, A1, A2:
The Topographic Primal Sketch and its Application to Passive Navigation,
DARPA83(304-317). Proof of some of the concepts in See also Topographic Classification of Digital Image Intensity Surfaces Using Generalized Splines and the Discrete Cosine Transform. Computing ridges and valleys, then using these in the navigation experiment. BibRef

Mainguy, Y., Birch, J.B., Watson, L.T.,
A Robust Variable Order Facet Model For Image Data,
MVA(8), No. 3, 1995, pp. 141-162. BibRef 9500


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