By Peter W. Hawkes
Advances in Imaging and Electron Physics features state-of-the-art articles at the physics of electron units (especially semiconductor devices), particle optics at low and high energies, microlithography, photograph technological know-how and electronic photograph processing, electromagnetic wave propagation, electron microscopy, and the computing tools utilized in a majority of these domain names.
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2005, Rothganger et al. 2006). 17 gives an illustration of how afﬁne in variance can be obtained from this afﬁne scale-space concept by normalizing a local image patch to an afﬁne invariant reference frame. Combined with derivative operations, the afﬁne Gaussian scale-space concept also serve as a natural idealized model for ﬁlter banks (Freeman & Adelson 1991, Simoncelli et al. 1992) consisting of elongated directional ﬁlters (Perona 1992). In practice, there are two principally different ways of computing scalespace representations under afﬁne alignment d either by deforming the ﬁlter shapes or by deforming the image data before the smoothing operation.
Speciﬁcally, if we replace all the values of a temporal Gaussian scale-space kernel that would extend into the future by zeros, an increasing value of this temporal delay parameter will thereby reduce the inﬂuence of such truncation effects. For the speciﬁc case with one spatial dimension and one temporal dimension, we obtain T ðX À dÞ S 0À1 det S0 ¼ lx lt ¼ ss (102) ðx À vtÞ2 ðt À dt Þ2 ðX À dÞ ¼ þ ; s s (103) which, after insertion into Eq. ; vxN ¼ vxN ; vt ¼ v Vx þ vt ¼ v1 vx1 þ . 25 show examples of spatio-temporal scale-space kernels generated in this way in the case of a 2þ1-D space-time for (1) the spacetime separable case with v ¼ 0 and (2) the non-separable case with a nonzero image velocity vs0.
0 at any local minimum: (95) This formulation reﬂects the basic fact that for any given temporal moment t0 , the only information that is available for the visual front end is the continuum of spatio-temporal scale-space representations over space x, spatial scales s, and temporal scales s. Thereby, no additional explicit memory of past information or access to the future is needed to make the requirement of non-enhancement of local extrema operational. Temporal scale-space kernel in the context of discrete temporal scale levels For a spatio-temporal scale-space representation involving a discrete set of scale levels only, the non-enhancement of a local extrema condition obviously cannot be applied.