Network Extraction from Images
Tool to extract networks from images as graphs
NEFI is an extensible computer vision tool that analyzes images that contain networks and extracts the graph. Examples are leaf venations, insect wings, slime molds, mud crack patterns etc. It determines topological information as well as properties such as edge length and width.
6 November 2015
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