Texture Classification in Bioindicator Images Processing

  title={Texture Classification in Bioindicator Images Processing},
  author={Martina Mudrov{\'a} and Petra Slav{\'i}kov{\'a} and Ale{\vs} Proch{\'a}zka},
  booktitle={Recent Advances in Intelligent Engineering Systems},
The section deals with classification of microscope images of Picea Abies stomas. There is an assumption that a stoma character strongly depends on the level of air pollution, so that stoma can stand for an important environmental bioindicator. According to the level of stoma incrustation it is possible to distinguish several classes of stoma structures. A proposal of an algorithm enabling the automatic recognition of a stoma incrustation level is a main goal of this study. There are two… 


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