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Unsupervised mammograms segmentation

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Unsupervised mammograms segmentation
We present a multiscale unsupervised segmenter for automatic detection of potentially cancerous regions of interest containing fibroglandular tissue in digital screening mammography. The mammogram tissue textures are locally represented by four causal multispectral random field models recursively evaluated for each pixel and several scales. The segmentation part of the algorithm is based on the underlying Gaussian mixture model and starts with an over segmented initial estimation which is adaptively modified until the optimal number of homogeneous mammogram segments is reached. The performance of the presented method is verified on the Digital Database for Screening Mammography (DDSM) from the University of South Florida as well as extensively tested on the Prague Texture Segmentation Benchmark and compares favourably with several alternative unsupervised texture segmentation methods.
Michal Haindl, Stanislav Mikes
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where ICPR
Authors Michal Haindl, Stanislav Mikes
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