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Evaluation of Half Gaussian Filter Rotation for Edge Detection

Abstract : In image processing, contours can be extracted by linear convolution of the image with first-order derivative filters. The oriented half Gaussian filters are directed in all desired directions to analyze the images. Thus, they are useful for detecting contours or extracting precise orientations. The process of filter orientation requires the application of a rotation technique in a two-dimensional discrete domain of different scientific strategies: interpolation (which can modify image information) or discrete geometry (without modification of the image values). In this paper, different methods of discrete rotating the half Gaussian filter are compared and evaluated to detect contours in synthetic and real images. Results are qualitatively and quantitatively compared, validating which rotation technique is most beneficial for edge detection.
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Baptiste Magnier, Behrang Moradi, Philippe Carré. Evaluation of Half Gaussian Filter Rotation for Edge Detection. EUVIP 2019 - 8th European Workshop on Visual Information Processing, Oct 2019, Roma, Italy. pp.52-57, ⟨10.1109/EUVIP47703.2019.8946144⟩. ⟨hal-02437075⟩

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