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1 CIS-ENSMSE - Centre Ingénierie et Santé 2 DIM-ENSMSE - Département Imagerie et Morphologie 3 LPMG-EMSE - Laboratoire des Procédés en Milieux Granulaires 4 IFRESIS-ENSMSE - Institut Fédératif de Recherche en Sciences et Ingénierie de la Santé

Abstract : Shape diagrams are representations in the Euclidean plane introduced to study 3-dimensional and 2-dimensional compact convex sets. However, they can also been applied to more general compact sets than compact convex sets. A compact set is represented by a point within a shape diagram whose coordinates are morphometrical functionals defined as normalized ratios of geometrical functionals. Classically, the geometrical functionals are the area, the perimeter, the radii of the inscribed and circumscribed circles, and the minimum and maximum Feret diameters. They allow twenty-two shape diagrams to be built. Starting from these six classical geometrical functionals, a detailed comparative study has been performed in order to analyze the representation relevance and discrimination power of these twenty-two shape diagrams. The first part of this study is published in a previous paper 16. It focused on analytic compact convex sets. A set will be called analytic if its boundary is piecewise defined by explicit functions in such a way that the six geometrical functionals can be straightforwardly calculated. The purpose of this paper is to present the second part, by focusing on analytic simply connected compact sets. The third part of the comparative study is published in a following paper 17. It is focused on convexity discrimination for analytic and discretized simply connected compact sets.

Keywords : Shape discrimination Analytic simply connected compact sets Geometrical and morphometrical functionals Shape diagrams Shape discrimination.

Author: Séverine Rivollier - Johan Debayle - Jean-Charles Pinoli -



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