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By Keith Thompson

This booklet has a pleasant development from cartoon to ultimate drawings. Its great to determine varied types and methods from a number of artists. It makes a speciality of the ideal stuff. a few of the robots appear a piece "amateurish" yet nonetheless an excellent reference.

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In such a setting the similarity to the prototype shape decides the complexity and length of the considered contours. 3 Partial Shape Matching for Object Detection In the following sections we describe our proposed approach to detect objects by computing partial similarities between edge contours in a query image and a reference template. For the sake of clarity, we will now define some terms used throughout the paper, see Figure 2 for a visual illustration. We use the term fragment to denote a part of an edge contour.

Third, it represents the connectedness of contours by using the sequence information providing a local (close to matrix diagonal) and global (far from matrix diagonal) description. And most importantly, the definition as a self-containing descriptor allows to implicitly retrieve partial matches which is a key requirement for cluttered and broken edge results. Fig. 3. Visualization of descriptors for selected contour primitives. Middle row shows descriptors from [25] and bottom row shows our descriptors.

A recent hierarchical approach by Kokkinos and Yuille [24] formulates the task as image parsing and provide fast coarse to fine matches. Lu et al. [9] developed a shape descriptor based on a 3D histogram of angles and distances for triangles connecting points sampled along the contours. They do not allow partial matching and the descriptor requires high computational costs. Donoser et al. [25] developed a descriptor which can be seen as a subset of [9], where angles between any two points and a fixed third point on a closed contour are analyzed.

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