An Efficient Topological Characterization of Gray-Levels Textures, Using a Multiresolution Representation

@article{Pikaz1997AnET,
  title={An Efficient Topological Characterization of Gray-Levels Textures, Using a Multiresolution Representation},
  author={Arie Pikaz and Amir Averbuch},
  journal={CVGIP: Graphical Model and Image Processing},
  year={1997},
  volume={59},
  pages={1-17}
}
Abstract For a given textured image we define a sequence of graphs { N s ( t )} s ∈ I (called MRCG), where N s ( t ) is the number of 4-connected components with size ≥ s , for the images thresholded with t . The sequence of graphs are computed in almost linear time complexity, where the input size is the number of pixels of the image, using only integer arithmetic. The MRCG is a multiresolution representation, which is very useful for texture characterization. Its properties as a texture… CONTINUE READING

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