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Texture Segmentation : Different Methods

@inproceedings{Bhosle2013TextureS,
  title={Texture Segmentation : Different Methods},
  author={Vaijinath V. Bhosle and Vrushsen P. Pawar},
  year={2013}
}
69 Abstract—Image Segmentation is an important pixel base measurement of image processing, which often has a large impact on quantitative image analysis results. The texture is most important attribute in many image analysis or computer vision applications. The procedures developed for texture problem can be subdivided into four categories: structural approach, statistical approach, model based approach and filter based approach. Different definitions of texture are described, but more… 

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