The Centroid method for compressing sets of similar images

@article{Karadimitriou1998TheCM,
  title={The Centroid method for compressing sets of similar images},
  author={Kosmas Karadimitriou and John M. Tyler},
  journal={Pattern Recognition Letters},
  year={1998},
  volume={19},
  pages={585-593}
}
Similar images are images with common features, similar pixel distributions, and similar edge distributions. Fields such as medical imaging or satellite imaging often need to store large collections of similar images. In a set of similar images the image similarities represent patterns that consistently appear across all images; this results in “set redundancy”. This paper presents the Centroid method that extracts and uses these similarity patterns to reduce set redundancy and achieve higher… CONTINUE READING
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