Algorithm for segmentation of multichannel images.
Janecek, James Frank.
Therrien, Charles W.
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Segmentation is an important step in the computer based analysis of images. This thesis addresses the segmentation of images of multiple channels of data. Such images are referred to as multichannel images. Examples of these are color images, where the channels represent color components, and remote sensing data, where the channels may represent signals from various visible and infrared frequency bands. This thesis describes and demonstrates how segmentation of multichannel images into homogeneous regions can be accomplished using linear predictive filtering. Results are given for some synthetically generated color images of two textures.
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