Region-Based Image Fusion with Artificial Neural Network

  title={Region-Based Image Fusion with Artificial Neural Network},
  author={Shuo-Li Hsu and P Gau and I-Lin Wu and Jyh-Horng Jeng},
For most image fusion algorithms separate relationship by pixels in the image and treat them more or less independently. In addition, they have to be adjusted different parameters in different time or weather. In this paper, we propose a region–based image fusion which combines aspects of feature and pixel-level fusion method to replace only by pixel. The basic idea is to segment far infrared image only and to add information of each region from segmented image to visual image respectively… CONTINUE READING
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