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Detect crossing lines at a single point

asked 2018-02-13 21:31:40 -0600

I am currently stuck trying to detect where lines intersect on a grid containing non-straight lines.

My goal is to determine a single point or pixel at the intersection of two lines, for all lines on the "grid", which could then be related to a distance. An example of a grid:

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I work in Python... Any help or ideas in the right direction would be greatly appreciated.

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answered 2018-02-14 04:44:09 -0600

My guess

  • OTSU thresholding for pure BW image
  • Binary inversion to have white pixels for your edges
  • Then a small dilation to connect everything followed by thinning to find single pixel edges
  • Finally a harris corner detection

My guess is the corner detector will have a much higher result at the intersections than along the lines.

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answered 2018-02-14 05:07:06 -0600

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try out different filters for preprocessing.

result of median filter image description

or result of variance filter: image description

based on these images you should be able to detect the peak points (maybe apply first a distance map)

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