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Seed Image Selection In Interactive Cosegmentation

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Seed Image Selection In Interactive Cosegmentation
Interactive image segmentation is a powerful paradigm that allows users to direct the segmentation algorithm towards a desired output. However, marking scribbles on multiple images is a cumbersome process. Recent works show that statistics collected from user input in a single image can be shared among a group of related images to perform interactive cosegmentation. Most works use a naive heuristic of requesting the user input on a random image from the group. We show that in practice, selecting the right image to scribble on is critical to the resulting segmentation quality. In this paper, we address the problem of Seed Image Selection, i.e., deciding which image among a group of related images should be presented to the user for scribbling. We formulate our approach as a classification problem and show that our approach outperforms the naive heuristic used by other works.
Added 10 Nov 2009
Updated 26 Dec 2009
Type Conference
Year 2009
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