Linking Operations and Linked Object Features
Linking Operations and Linked Object Features can be used to group and analyze multiple image objects in different areas of the image without creating a common super object. This feature set is a relic of the eCognition Life Science history says Christian Weise. The initial idea was to use object links to track identical image objects at different points in time (a time series of microscopic images) or connect objects to multi-dimensional models (based on voxels).
In the Geospatial data analytics, Linking Operations and Linked Object Features can be used to connect objects from different maps (i.e. time steps) to compute overlap values and overlap statistics.
Based on this Community discussion, Christian Weise created an example project to show how to work with Linking Operations and Linked Object Features on different maps. The project contains several examples. If you have other/better/more examples, please let us now, we will extent the collection together.
Important algorithms & features used in this project:
- create links
- Link weight to PPO
- Linked object count
- Linked objects statistics
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