Efficient segmentation of leaves in semi-controlled conditions

  title={Efficient segmentation of leaves in semi-controlled conditions},
  author={Jo{\~a}o V. B. Soares and David W. Jacobs},
  journal={Machine Vision and Applications},
We present a study on segmentation of leaf images restricted to semi-controlled conditions, in which leaves are photographed against a solid light-colored background. Such images can be used in practice for plant species identification, by analyzing the distinctive shapes of the leaves. We restrict our attention to segmentation in this semi-controlled condition, providing us with a more well-defined problem, which at the same time presents several challenges. The most important of these are… CONTINUE READING
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