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Vision Geometry VIII
Recently Latecki and Lak amper (Computer Vision and Image Understanding 73:3, March 1999) reported a novel process for a discrete curve evolution. This process has various application possibilities, in particular, for noise removal and shape simpli cation of boundary curves in digital images. In this paper we prove t h a t the process of the discrete curve evolution is continuous: if polygon Q is close to polygon P, then the polygons obtained by their evolution remain close. This result followsdoi:10.1117/12.364095 fatcat:dgcq7cso7ra5njryz25u46dsr4