Combinatorial Image Analysis: 16th International Workshop, by Reneta P. Barneva, Valentin E. Brimkov, Josef Slapal

By Reneta P. Barneva, Valentin E. Brimkov, Josef Slapal

This quantity constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the sixteenth foreign Workshop on Combinatorial photo research, IWCIA 2014, held in Brno, Czech Republic, in may perhaps 2014. The 20 revised complete papers and three invited papers provided have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from various submissions. the subjects lined comprise discrete geometry and topology in imaging technology, new leads to photo illustration, segmentation, grouping, and reconstruction, scientific photo processing.

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Let L = {l1 , . . , lk } ∈ L k be such a k-tuple. Let P(L) be the family of all convex polygons P such that every side of P is parallel to some line from L. Denote by kDIR(L) − CON V the class of intersection graphs of polygons from P(L). Then define the class kDIR − CON V = L∈(L) kDIR(L) − CON V . k Thus, informally speaking, kDIR − CON V is the class of intersection graphs of convex polygons whose all sides are parallel to at most k directions. Given a set P ⊂ R2 , Phom denotes the class of intersection graphs of sets homothetic to P .

Then P1 and P2 can be separated by a straight line containing a side of one of them. Let Q and R be in V(b1 , . . , bk ). Assume, for contradiction, that Q ∩ R = ∅. By Fact 1, Q and R are separated by a line containing one of their sides, say the side of R that is qi of R. ) Note that since the direction of ci is arbitrary, provided it is perpendicular to line li , we can choose its direction to be such that this side of R is qi and not qi . Since qi of R is therefore strictly farther than all points of Q in the direction of ci , it is not hard to see that bi is strictly farther than all points of Q in the direction of ci .

This approach also treats the details of the corona that are observed off the limb as well as on the disk. 22 S.. Habbal, M. Druckm¨ uller, and H. Morgan The example of Figure 2 shows the result from the application of the NRGF and the MGN. The example of Figure 4 is a combination of the MGN method applied to the AIA/SDO 171 ˚ A image superimposed on the ACFH-processed total solar eclipse white light image, both taken at the same time on 2010 July 11. Figure 4 is remarkable for two reasons. (1) It shows a perfect match between observations taken with two totally different instruments at the same time.

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