Comparison between immersion-based and toboggan-based watershed image segmentation

@article{Lin2006ComparisonBI,
  title={Comparison between immersion-based and toboggan-based watershed image segmentation},
  author={Yung-Chieh Lin and Yu-Pao Tsai and Yi-Ping Hung and Zen-Chung Shih},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Image Processing},
  year={2006},
  volume={15},
  pages={632-640}
}
Watershed segmentation has recently become a popular tool for image segmentation. There are two approaches to implementing watershed segmentation: immersion approach and toboggan simulation. Conceptually, the immersion approach can be viewed as an approach that starts from low altitude to high altitude and the toboggan approach as an approach that starts from high altitude to low altitude. The former seemed to be more popular recently (e.g., Vincent and Soille), but the latter had its own… CONTINUE READING
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