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Incremental Updating of 3D Topological Maps to Describe Videos

Abstract : A topological map is an efficient mathematical model for representing an image subdivision where all cells and adjacency relations between elements are represented. It has been proved to be a very good tool for video processing when video is seen as a 3D image. However the construction of a topological map for representing a video needs the availability of the complete image sequence. In this paper we propose a procedure for online updating a topological map in order to build it as the video is produced, allowing to use it in real time.
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Guillaume Damiand, Sylvain Brandel, Donatello Conte. Incremental Updating of 3D Topological Maps to Describe Videos. International Workshop on Combinatorial Image Analysis, Nov 2015, Kolkata, India. pp.299-310, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-26145-4_22⟩. ⟨hal-01258317⟩

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