Graph Matching

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Graph Matching is the problem of finding correspondences between two sets of vertices while preserving complex relational information among them. Since the graph structure has a strong capacity to represent objects and robustness to severe deformation and outliers, it is frequently adopted to formulate various correspondence problems in the field of computer vision. Theoretically, the Graph Matching problem can be solved by exhaustively searching the entire solution space. However, this approach is infeasible in practice because the solution space expands exponentially as the size of input data increases. For that reason, previous studies have attempted to solve the problem by using various approximation techniques.

Source: Consistent Multiple Graph Matching with Multi-layer Random Walks Synchronization

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