Quantum Pairwise Symmetry: Applications in 2D Shape Analysis

02/02/2015
by   Marcelo Cicconet, et al.
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A pair of rooted tangents -- defining a quantum triangle -- with an associated quantum wave of spin 1/2 is proposed as the primitive to represent and compute symmetry. Measures of the spin characterize how "isosceles" or how "degenerate" these triangles are -- which corresponds to their mirror or parallel symmetry. We also introduce a complex-valued kernel to model probability errors in the parameter space, which is more robust to noise and clutter than the classical model.

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