Difference between revisions of "MSER's and Connected sets"
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− | [[Mean and median filters bad|<span style="color:red">Mean and median filters '''''bad'''''</span>]] | + | ==[[Mean and median filters bad|<span style="color:red">Mean and median filters '''''bad'''''</span>]]== |
− | [[Gaussian and sieve filters|<span style="color: | + | =====Then after a couple of twists===== |
+ | ==[[Gaussian and sieve filters|<span style="color:red">Gaussian and sieve filters '''''good'''''</span>]]== | ||
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Latest revision as of 19:54, 12 August 2014
Mean and median filters bad
Then after a couple of twists
Gaussian and sieve filters good
The first published application of the data-sieve as reviewed by Fasman, click here ... |
From Fasman and Gilbert "The prediction of transmembrane protein sequences and their conformation: an evaluation" in Trends in Biochemistry 15 pp 89:91
Left: Running mean (c.f Gaussian): no good, Right: Median based Data-sieve: much better |
Extrema to trees
One dimensional A
What are MSER's in one dimension? |
One dimensional B
One dimensional extrema in images |