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By Peer Stelldinger (auth.), Ullrich Köthe, Annick Montanvert, Pierre Soille (eds.)

This publication constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the 1st Workshop on functions of Discrete Geometry and Mathematical Morphology, WADGMM 2010, held on the overseas convention on development popularity in Istanbul, Turkey, in August 2010. The eleven revised complete papers offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 25 submissions. The e-book was once in particular designed to advertise interchange and collaboration among specialists in discrete geometry/mathematical morphology and power clients of those tools from different fields of photo research and development recognition.

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For a polygonal line, we approximate the line at a vertex by an arc of a circle of radius r tangent to the line within the incident edges to the vertex (see Figure 3). The total curvature of the arc is equal to the length of the arc divided by the radius r. The length of the arc is given by r × β, where β is the angle of of the sector defining the arc. Then the corresponding total curvature is simply equal to β and does not depend on the radius. Angle β is related to the angle θ of the line at vertex by β = π − θ.

Level λ 0 Fig. 1. An example of dendrogram starting from 6 objects at the bottom of the hierarchy (level λ = 0). At the top of the hierarchy, there remains only one cluster containing all objects. The measure of similarity between the input objects requires the selection of a dissimilarity measurement. A dissimilarity measurement between the elements 48 P. Soille and L. , symmetry). Starting from an arbitrary dissimilarity measurement, it is possible to construct a hierarchical clustering: if the dissimilarity is increasing with the merging order, an ultrametric distance between any two objects (or clusters) can be defined as the dissimilarity threshold level from which these two objects (or clusters) belong to the same cluster; if if the dissimilarity is not increasing with the merging order, then any increasing function of the merging order can be used.

Computer Aided Geometric Design 20(6), 319–341 (2003) 5. : Differential Geometry of Curves and Surfaces. , Englewood Cliffs (1976) 6. : Intrinsic Surface Properties from Surface Triangulation. In: Sandini, G. ) ECCV 1992. LNCS, vol. 588, pp. 739–743. Springer, Heidelberg (1992) 7. : Computation of local differential properties on irregular meshes. In: IMA Conference on Mathematics of Surfaces (NIPS), vol. 1, pp. 19–33 (2000) 8. : Optimizing 3D triangulations using discrete curvature analysis. In: Mathematical Methods for Curves and Surfaces: Oslo 2000, pp.

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