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Grouping of Directional Features Using an Extended Hough Transform

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Grouping of Directional Features Using an Extended Hough Transform
Directional features extracted from Gabor responses are used as primitives for perceptual grouping. In previous work, we extracted Gabor features in 8 directions and then applied two Self-Organising Maps (SOMs), thus classifying each pixel in the image within a neuron-map, each corner of which represents one of four main directions. In this work we group pixels with similar directional features to detect salient structures within an image. Results obtained from application to forwardlooking infrared (FLIR) images are very promising.
María J. Carreira, Majid Mirmehdi, Barry T.
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where ICPR
Authors María J. Carreira, Majid Mirmehdi, Barry T. Thomas, John F. Haddon
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