Boosting multi-feature visual texture classiffiers for the authentication of Jackson Pollock's drip paintings

@inproceedings{AlAyyoub2011BoostingMV,
  title={Boosting multi-feature visual texture classiffiers for the authentication of Jackson Pollock's drip paintings},
  author={Mahmoud Al-Ayyoub and Mohammad Tanvir Irfan and David G. Stork},
  booktitle={Electronic Imaging},
  year={2011}
}
Early attempts at authentication Jackson Pollock's drip paintings based on computer image analysis were restricted to a single "fractal" or "multi-fractal" visual feature, and achieved classification nearly indistinguishable from chance. Irfan and Stork pointed out that such Pollock authentication is an instance of visual texture recognition, a large discipline that universally relies on multiple visual features, and showed that modest, but statistically significant improvement in recognition… 
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