7.1.11 Maximally Stable Extremal Regions, MSER Descriptions

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Extremal Regions. MSER.

Lan, Y.X.[Yu-Xuan], Harvey, R.[Richard], Perez Torres, J.R.[Jose Roberto],
Finding stable salient contours,
IVC(28), No. 8, August 2010, pp. 1244-1254.
Elsevier DOI 1006
BibRef
Earlier: A3, A1, A2:
Salient Regions from Scale-Space Trees,
SSVM07(350-361).
Springer DOI 0705
BibRef
Earlier: A1, A3, A2:
Stable Salient Contours,
BMVC05(xx-yy).
HTML Version. 0509
Stable salient contours; Maximally stable extremal regions (MSER); Distinguished regions; Sieve BibRef

Kimmel, R., Zhang, C.[Cuiping], Bronstein, A.M.[Alexander M.], Bronstein, M.M.[Michael M.],
Are MSER Features Really Interesting?,
PAMI(33), No. 11, November 2011, pp. 2316-2320.
IEEE DOI 1110
MSER (Maximally Stable Extremal Region) MSER prefers round regions. Alternative definition to better capture features. BibRef

Faraji, M., Shanbehzadeh, J., Nasrollahi, K., Moeslund, T.B.,
Extremal Regions Detection Guided by Maxima of Gradient Magnitude,
IP(24), No. 12, December 2015, pp. 5401-5415.
IEEE DOI 1512
computer vision BibRef

Martins, P.[Pedro], Carvalho, P.[Paulo], Gatta, C.[Carlo],
On the completeness of feature-driven maximally stable extremal regions,
PRL(74), No. 1, 2016, pp. 9-16.
Elsevier DOI 1604
Local features BibRef

Lee, M.H.[Man Hee], Park, I.K.[In Kyu],
Performance evaluation of local descriptors for maximally stable extremal regions,
JVCIR(47), No. 1, 2017, pp. 62-72.
Elsevier DOI 1706
Local, feature BibRef


Sluzek, A.[Andrzej],
Improving Performances of MSER Features in Matching and Retrieval Tasks,
LocalFea16(III: 759-770).
Springer DOI 1611
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Bosilj, P.[Petra], Kijak, E.[Ewa], Lefèvre, S.[Sébastien],
Beyond MSER: Maximally Stable Regions using Tree of Shapes,
BMVC15(xx-yy).
DOI Link 1601
BibRef

Faraji, M.[Mehdi], Shanbehzadeh, J.[Jamshid], Nasrollahi, K.[Kamal], Moeslund, T.B.[Thomas B.],
EREL: Extremal regions of extremum levels,
ICIP15(681-685)
IEEE DOI 1512
Extremal Regions of Extremum Levels (EREL) BibRef

Oh, I.S.[Il-Seok], Lee, J.[Jinseon], Majumder, A.[Aditi],
Multi-scale Image Segmentation Using MSER,
CAIP13(II:201-208).
Springer DOI 1311
Maximally Stable Extremal Region BibRef

Chavez, A.[Aaron], Gustafson, D.[David],
Color-Based Extensions to MSERs,
ISVC11(II: 358-366).
Springer DOI 1109
Maximally Stable Extremal Regions BibRef

Digne, J.[Julie],
Similarity based filtering of point clouds,
PCP12(73-79).
IEEE DOI 1207
BibRef

Digne, J.[Julie], Morel, J.M.[Jean-Michel], Audfray, N.[Nicolas], Mehdi-Souzani, C.[Charyar],
The Level Set Tree on Meshes,
3DPVT10(xx-yy).
WWW Link. 1005
Extension of Maximally Stable Extremal Regions segmentation. BibRef

Shi, C.[Chenbo], Wang, G.J.[Gui-Jin], Lin, X.G.[Xing-Gang], Wang, Y.M.[Yong-Ming], Liao, C.[Chao], Miao, Q.[Quan],
Topology based affine invariant descriptor for MSERs,
ICIP10(133-136).
IEEE DOI 1009
Maximally Stable Extremal Regions. Only topology and geometry. BibRef

Nistér, D.[David], Stewénius, H.[Henrik],
Linear Time Maximally Stable Extremal Regions,
ECCV08(II: 183-196).
Springer DOI 0810
BibRef

Forssen, P.E.[Per-Erik], Lowe, D.G.[David G.],
Shape Descriptors for Maximally Stable Extremal Regions,
ICCV07(1-8).
IEEE DOI 0710
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Murphy-Chutorian, E., Trivedi, M.M.,
N-tree Disjoint-Set Forests for Maximally Stable Extremal Regions,
BMVC06(II:739).
PDF File. 0609
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Donoser, M.[Michael], Bischof, H.[Horst],
Fast Non-Rigid Object Boundary Tracking,
BMVC08(xx-yy).
PDF File. 0809
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Earlier:
Efficient Maximally Stable Extremal Region (MSER) Tracking,
CVPR06(I: 553-560).
IEEE DOI 0606
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Donoser, M.[Michael], Riemenschneider, H.[Hayko], Bischof, H.[Horst],
Shape Guided Maximally Stable Extremal Region (MSER) Tracking,
ICPR10(1800-1803).
IEEE DOI 1008
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And: A2, A1, A3:
Using Partial Edge Contour Matches for Efficient Object Category Localization,
ECCV10(V: 29-42).
Springer DOI 1009
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And: A1, A2, A3:
Linked edges as stable region boundaries,
CVPR10(1665-1672).
IEEE DOI 1006
BibRef
Earlier: A1, A2, A3:
Efficient Partial Shape Matching of Outer Contours,
ACCV09(I: 281-292).
Springer DOI 0909
BibRef

Chapter on 2-D Feature Analysis, Extraction and Representations, Shape, Skeletons, Texture continues in
Computation of Shape Features of Two Dimensional Objects .


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