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State-of-the-art approaches for detecting filament-like structures in noisy images rely on filters optimized for signals of a particular shape, such as an ideal edge or ridge. While these approaches are optimal when the image conforms to these ideal shapes, their performance quickly degrades on many types of real data where the image deviates from the ideal model, and when noise processes violate a Gaussian assumption.

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