Scale-Orientation Space

Reyer Zwiggelaar

(University of East Anglia, Norwich)

Scale-orientation signatures were initially developed for the detection of mass-like structures in mammographic images. Subsequently it has been shown that this rich local image feature is capable of the enhancement of image structures in general and can even classify sub-groups. More recently, a general description of scale-orientation space was used to do basic image processing. During the presentation the whole historic range of the process will be covered and a number of medical imaging applications will be used to demonstrate the potential of the described approach. Current and future developments will be discussed.
Tuesday 3rd December 2002, 14:00
Robert Recorde Room
Department of Computer Science