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Representation of images of flat and spatial objects by a set of ellipsoids
A.G. Khramov1,2 A.O. Korepanov1,2
1Image Processing Systems Institute of RAS
2Samara State Aerospace University named after academician S.P. Korolev
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The paper considers an approach to the analysis of the geometric characteristics of two- and three-dimensional images based on the representation of the latter by a set of geometric primitives – ellipsoids. The main characteristics of ellipsoids in n-dimensional affine space are considered, the operation of adding ellipsoids and their weighted sum are determined.
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Khramov AG, Korepanov AO. Representation of images of flat and spatial objects by a set of ellipsoids. Computer Optics 2005; 28: 94-99.
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