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Active Contours by Andrew Blake, Michael Isard

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Active Contours
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Publisher: Springer
ISBN/ASIN: 3540762175
ISBN-13: 9783540762171
Number of pages: 312

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Active Contours deals with the analysis of moving images - a topic of growing importance within the computer graphics industry. In particular it is concerned with understanding, specifying and learning prior models of varying strength and applying them to dynamic contours. Its aim is to develop and analyse these modelling tools in depth and within a consistent framework.

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