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ICIP
2007
IEEE
14 years 1 months ago
Using Dempster-Shafer Theory to Fuse Multiple Information Sources in Region-Based Segmentation
This paper presents a new method for segmentation of images into large regions that reflect the real world objects present in a scene. It explores the feasibility of utilizing sp...
Tomasz Adamek, Noel E. O'Connor
AMC
2005
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13 years 7 months ago
Color image segmentation based on three levels of texture statistical evaluation
In this paper a new and efficient supervised method for color image segmentation is presented. This method improves a part of the automatic extraction problem. The basic technique...
Juan B. Mena, José A. Malpica
ECIR
2007
Springer
13 years 8 months ago
Combining Evidence for Relevance Criteria: A Framework and Experiments in Web Retrieval
Abstract. We present a framework that assesses relevance with respect to several relevance criteria, by combining the query-dependent and query-independent evidence indicating thes...
Theodora Tsikrika, Mounia Lalmas
SUM
2010
Springer
13 years 5 months ago
Event Modelling and Reasoning with Uncertain Information for Distributed Sensor Networks
CCTV and sensor based surveillance systems are part of our daily lives now in this modern society due to the advances in telecommunications technology and the demand for better sec...
Jianbing Ma, Weiru Liu, Paul Miller
SPIEVIP
2010
13 years 9 months ago
Automatic scene activity modeling for improving object classification
In video surveillance, automatic methods for scene understanding and activity modeling can exploit the high redundancy of object trajectories observed over a long period of time. ...
Samuel Foucher, Marc Lalonde, Langis Gagnon