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Size Theory was proposed in the early 90's as a geometrical/topological approach to the problem of Shape Comparison, a very lively research topic in the fields of Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition. The basic idea is to discriminate shapes by comparing shape properties that are provided by continuous functions valued in R, called measuring functions and defined on topological spaces associated to the objects to be studied. In this way, shapes can be compared by using a descriptor nameddoi:10.5566/ias.v29.p19-26 fatcat:ythxqwg5ubfxnkto4u2yv2umqy