The paper describes a method for detecting 2D straight segments and their correspondences in successive frames of an image sequence by means of a Hough-based matching approach. The main advantage of this method is the possibility of extracting and matching 2D straight segments directly in the feature space, without the need for complex matching operations and time-consuming inverse transformations. An additional advantage is that only four attributes of 2D straight segments are required to perform an efficient matching process: position, orientation, length, and midpoint. Tests were performed on both synthetic and real images containing complex manmade objects moving in a scene. A comparison with a well-known 2D Line matching algorithm is also made.

A Hough-based matching of 2D line segments in a monocular image

FORESTI, Gian Luca;
1996

Abstract

The paper describes a method for detecting 2D straight segments and their correspondences in successive frames of an image sequence by means of a Hough-based matching approach. The main advantage of this method is the possibility of extracting and matching 2D straight segments directly in the feature space, without the need for complex matching operations and time-consuming inverse transformations. An additional advantage is that only four attributes of 2D straight segments are required to perform an efficient matching process: position, orientation, length, and midpoint. Tests were performed on both synthetic and real images containing complex manmade objects moving in a scene. A comparison with a well-known 2D Line matching algorithm is also made.
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