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Spatial Texture Analysis: A Comparative Study

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Spatial Texture Analysis: A Comparative Study
Image texture analysis has received a considerable amount of attention over the last few years as it forms the basis of most object recognition methods. It has been suggested by a number of researchers that the spatial methods of texture analysis are superior than frequency domain methods. In this paper we compare some of the traditional, and some fairly new techniques of texture analysis on the MeasTex and VisTex benchmarks to illustrate their relative abilities. The methods considered include autocorrelation (ACF), cooccurrence matrices (CM), edge frequency (EF), Law's masks (LM), run length (RL), binary stack method (BSM), texture operators (TO), and texture spectrum (TS). In addition, we illustrate the advantage of using feature selection on a combined set that improves the overall recognition performance. Keywords : texture, recognition rate, comparison, benchmark
Maneesha Singh, Sameer Singh
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Type Conference
Year 2002
Where ICPR
Authors Maneesha Singh, Sameer Singh
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