• Corpus ID: 2255310

Segmentation of skin lesions based on fuzzy classification of pixels and histogram thresholding

  title={Segmentation of skin lesions based on fuzzy classification of pixels and histogram thresholding},
  author={Jos{\'e} Luis Garc{\'i}a Arroyo and Begonya Garcia-Zapirain},
This paper proposes an innovative method for segmentation of skin lesions in dermoscopy images developed by the authors, based on fuzzy classification of pixels and histogram thresholding. 

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