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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Geometric trees can be formalized as unordered combinatorial trees whose edges are endowed with geometric information. Examples are skeleta of shapes from images; anatomical tree-structures such as blood vessels; or phylogenetic trees. An inter-tree distance measure is a basic prerequisite for many pattern recognition and machine learning methods to work on anatomical, phylogenetic or skeletal trees. Standard distance measures between trees, such as tree edit distance, can be readily translateddoi:10.1007/978-3-642-34166-3_10 fatcat:myge5amuajd7zdnwvlzhwfkptm