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DIJKSTRA’S and Fast Marching Method for Optimal Path Planning
This technical report illustrates the differences in solving the optimal path problem (shortest path) using different methods, where the underlying PDE can be described by the eik...
RYO TAKEI

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On the implementation of fast marching methods for 3D lattices
This technical report discusses Sethian's Fast Marching Method and its higher accuracy variant. Both methods may be used to compute the arrival times at the points of a discre...
Jakob Andreas Bærentzen

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Fast Marching Methods
Detailed explanation of the Fast Marching Methods, which can be used to efficiently solve the Eikonal equation that models moving interfaces whose motion is either monotonically in...
M. Sabry Hassouna

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Robust Robotic Path Planning Using Level Sets
In robotic navigation, path planning is aimed at getting the optimum collision-free path between a starting and target locations. The optimality criterion depends on the surround...
M. Sabry Hassouna

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11 years 11 months ago
Robust Centerline Extraction Framework Using Level Sets
In this paper, we present a novel framework for computing centerlines for both 2D and 3D shape analysis. The framework works as follows: an object centerline point is selected auto...
M. Sabry Hassouna

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Robust Centerline Extraction Framework Using Level Sets
In this paper, we present a novel framework for computing centerlines for both 2D and 3D shape analysis. The framework works as follows: an object centerline point is selected aut...
M. Sabry Hassouna, Aly A. Farag

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Multistencils Fast Marching Methods: A Highly Accurate Solution to the Eikonal Equation on Cartesian Domains
A wide range of computer vision applications require an accurate solution of a particular Hamilton-Jacobi (HJ) equation known as the Eikonal equation. In this paper, we propose an ...
M. Sabry Hassouna, Aly A. Farag

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M. Sabry Hassouna
M. Sabry Hassouna received the BSc and MSc degrees in electrical and computer engineering from Ain Shams University, Egypt, in 1995 and 1999, respectively. In 2006, he received the...
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