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Augmented Relaxation Labeling and Dynamic Relaxation Labeling

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Kuschel, Stephen A. ; Radar and Optics Division, Environmental Research Institute of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48107. ; Page, Carl V.

Current implementations of relaxation labeling are homogeneous, where each pixel is in an identical relationship to a static neighbor set. These systems maintain the iterative probabilistic labeling but use a nonhomogeneous dynamic neighborhood to establish a local consistency. Neighborhoods are created at each iteration through the broadcasting and reception of label information according to semantically established broadcasting patterns for each label. Augmented relaxation labeling is a two stage process which contains a separate relaxation stage with a top-down direction capability for specific pixel label updating. Dynamic relaxation is a one step process where every pixel label is updated through the dynamic neighborhoods. Both labeling processes are demonstrated on simple line drawings.

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Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:PAMI-4 ,  Issue: 6 )