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Dense Interest Points

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Dense Interest Points
Local features or image patches have become a standard tool in computer vision, with numerous application domains. Roughly speaking, two different types of patchbased image representations can be distinguished: interest points, such as corners or blobs, whose position, scale and shape are computed by a feature detector algorithm, and dense sampling, where patches of fixed size and shape are placed on a regular grid (possibly repeated over multiple scales). Interest points focus on ‘interesting’ locations in the image and include various degrees of viewpoint and illumination invariance, resulting in better repeatability scores. Dense sampling, on the other hand, gives a better coverage of the image, a constant amount of features per image area, and simple spatial relations between features. In this paper, we propose a hybrid scheme, which we call dense interest points, where we start from densely sampled patches yet optimize their position and scale parameters locally. We investig...
Tinne Tuytelaars
Added 02 Jul 2010
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Type Conference
Year 2010
Where CVPR
Authors Tinne Tuytelaars
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