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AUTOMATED B-SPLINE CURVE REPRESENTATION INCORPORATING MDL AND ERROR-MINIMIZING CONTROL POINT INSERTION STRATEGIES
Tat-Jen Cham and Roberto Cipolla
The main issues of developing an automatic and reliable scheme for spline-fitting are discussed and addressed in this paper, which are not fully covered in previous papers or algorithms. The proposed method incorporates B-spline active contours, the minimum description length (MDL) principle, and a novel control point insertion strategy based on maximizing the Potential for Energy-Reduction Maximisation (PERM). A comparison of test results show that it outperforms one of the best existing methods.
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