Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):
D. Batavia, W. Kropatsch, R. Gonzalez-Diaz, R. Casablanca:
"Counting Slope Regions in the Surface Graphs";
Talk: 24th Computer Vision Winter Workshop,
- 2019-02-08; in: "Proc. 24th Computer Vision Winter Workshop",
The discrete version of a continuous surface sampled at optimum sampling rate can be well expressed in form of a neighborhood graph containing the critical points (maxima, minima, saddles) of the surface. Basic operations on the graph such as edge contraction and removal eliminate non-critical points and collapse plateau regions resulting in the formation of a graph pyramid. If the neighborhood graph is well-composed, faces in the graph pyramid are slope regions. In this paper we focus on the graph on the top of the pyramid which will contain critical points only, self-loops and multiple edges connecting the same vertices. We enumerate the different possible configurations of slope regions, forming a catalogue of different configurations when combining slope regions and studying the number of slope regions on the top.
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