Oriented patterns in image analysis: From thin objects to flow-based methods

Abstract : The work presented in this habilitation thesis deals with several topics, related to aspects of image analysis and image processing I have contributed to. There are essentially two parts to this document: the first part deals with the filtering and segmentation of thin objects in 2D and 3D images ; the second part concerns optimal discrete and continuous method for segmentation based on the notion of flow. There is a link between these two topics, which is provided in the course of the thesis.
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Hugues Talbot. Oriented patterns in image analysis: From thin objects to flow-based methods. Image Processing [eess.IV]. Université Paris Est, 2013. ⟨tel-01099256⟩

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