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Texture segmentation based on features in wavelet domain for image retrieval

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Texture segmentation based on features in wavelet domain for image retrieval
Texture is a fundamental feature which provides significant information for image classification, and is an important content used in content-based image retrieval (CBIR) system. To implement texture-based image database retrieval, texture segmentation techniques are need to segment textured regions from arbitrary images in the database. Texture segmentation has been recognized as a difficult problem in image analysis. This paper proposed a block-wise automatic texture segmentation algorithm based on texture features in wavelet domain. In this algorithm, texture features of each block are extracted and L2 distance between blocks are calculated; a pre-defined threshold is used to determine if two blocks should be classified into same class, hence belong to same textured region. Results show that the proposed algorithm can efficiently catch the texture mosaics of arbitrary images. In addition, features of each textured region can be obtained directly and used for image retrieval. Applyi...
Ying Liu, Si Wu, Xiaofang Zhou
Added 01 Nov 2010
Updated 01 Nov 2010
Type Conference
Year 2003
Where VCIP
Authors Ying Liu, Si Wu, Xiaofang Zhou
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