Computational complexity lower bounds of certain discrete Radon transform approximations

3 Jan 2018Timur M. Khanipov

For the computational model where only additions are allowed, the $\Omega(n^2\log n)$ lower bound on operations count with respect to image size $n\times n$ is obtained for two types of the discrete Radon transform implementations: the fast Hough transform and a generic strip pattern class which includes the classical Hough transform, implying the fast Hough transform algorithm asymptotic optimality. The proofs are based on a specific result from the boolean circuits complexity theory and are generalized for the case of boolean $\vee$ binary operation...

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