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It turned out that my intuition was not far off. The skeletonization is a good step. The Hough transform though is not a good way to create a graph of the roadmap. It seems that the Ramer–Douglas–Peucker algorithm can help out here. This algorithm first takes all the skeleton pixels as input, and sees this as a starting graph. The algorithm then proceeds to ...


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First and foremost, I have to say that this could (and likely will) be a very hard task. Neural networks (NNs) have excelled at computer vision tasks identifying everything from textures to complex objects but what you are trying to do goes beyond that. We (humans) identify trash using the context as much as the object. An object on a table and the same ...


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