Choosing appropriate distance measurement in digital image segmentation

@inproceedings{Hajdu2004ChoosingAD,
  title={Choosing appropriate distance measurement in digital image segmentation},
  author={Andr{\'a}s Hajdu and J{\'a}nos Kormos and Benedek Nagy and Zolt{\'a}n Z{\"o}rgő},
  year={2004}
}
In this paper we show how we can take advantage of using different distance functions in image processing applications. The proposed methods are based on well-known algorithms that use distance measurement. We focus on multidimensional image indexing and segmentation procedures, and also show examples for the extraction of such feature vectors that can be used in image retrieval. As a special family, we perform a detailed analysis using distance functions generated by neighbourhood sequences… CONTINUE READING

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