Shape From Textures: A Paradigm for Fusing Middle Level Vision Cues

Mark L. Moerdler
This research proposes a new approach to the problem of deriving the orientation, segmentation, and classification of surfaces based on multiple independent textual cues. The generality of this approach is due to the interaction between textural cues, thus allowing it to extract shape information from a wider range of textured surfaces than any individual method. The method consists of three major phases: the calculation of orientation constraints for subimage elements called "texel patches", the consolidation...
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