Energy-based binary segmentation of snow microtomographic images

@inproceedings{Hagenmuller2013EnergybasedBS,
  title={Energy-based binary segmentation of snow microtomographic images},
  author={Pascal Hagenmuller and Guillaume Chambon and Bernard Lesaffre and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Flin and Mohamed Naaim},
  year={2013}
}
X-ray micro-tomography has become an essential tool to investigate the mechanical and physical properties of snow, which are tied to its microstructure. A crucial step in the 3D image processing is the binary segmentation of the grayscale X-ray attenuation coefficient image to a binary ice/pore image. In the snow community, this step is usually based on global thresholding conducted with smoothing filters. In practice, this standard segmentation method presents drawbacks and often requires time… CONTINUE READING

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