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Handbook of Image and Video Processing, 2nd Edition by Alan C. Bovik

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4.8

Statistical Methods for Image Segmentation

Sridhar Lakshmanan,     University of Michigan — Dearborn

1 Introduction

2 Image Segmentation: The Mathematic Problem

3 Image Statistics for Segmentation

3.1 Gaussian Statistics

3.2 Fourier Statistics

3.3 Covariance Statistics

3.4 Label Statistics

4 Statistical Image Segmentation

4.1 Vehicle Segmentation

4.2 Aerial Image Segmentation

4.3 Segmentation for Image Compression

5 Discussion

References

1 Introduction

Segmentation is a fundamental low-level operation on images. If an image is already partitioned into segments, where each segment is a “homogeneous” region, then a number of subsequent image processing tasks become easier. A homogeneous region refers to a group of connected pixels ...

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