A hierarchical representation for random fields
The conventional tree-structured hierarchical architectures, e.g. quadtrees, are defined for one frame of an image. Such a frame, however, is frequently a single realization from a family of images belonging to a random field. By allowing parent-children nodes to exhibit a continuum of strengths, as...
|Journal Title:||Pattern Recognition Letters Vol. 11; no. 8; pp. 545 - 552|