From Square Pieces to Brick Walls: The Next Challenge in Solving Jigsaw Puzzles

Research into computational jigsaw puzzle solving, an emerging theoretical problem with numerous applications, has focused in recent years on puzzles that constitute square pieces only. In this paper we wish to extend the scientific scope of appearance-based puzzle solving and consider "brick wall" jigsaw puzzles - rectangular pieces who may have different sizes, and could be placed next to each other at arbitrary offset along their abutting edge -- a more explicit configuration with propertie of real world puzzles... (read more)

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