Thursday, October 04, 2007

Fractals and image characterisation

Some links are in order

  1. Fractal Dimension: Wikipedia
  2. A course on Fractals in Yale U
  3. A course on Fractal dimension from images: Munich U
  4. Fractal Dimension explained

So, once you know about fractal dimensions, come to read the stuff on the right (Conti, 2001)

One can treat the image 3-D object. Compute the total number of occupied boxes in X-Y-I dimension box, as a function of size of the box. D = ln(number)/ ln(radius).

It is a little bit more complicated. Check the paper by Conci, a PPT talk can also be found.

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