Visual Texture Classification and Segmentation by Genetic Programming

@inproceedings{Ciesielski2008VisualTC,
  title={Visual Texture Classification and Segmentation by Genetic Programming},
  author={Vic Ciesielski and Andy Song and Brian Lam},
  year={2008}
}
While there is a considerable history of work on visual texture, the definition of texture is still imprecise. However, it is generally agreed that a texture is spatially homogeneous and contains repeated visual patterns. In synthetic textures, such as horizontal lines, vertical lines or a checkerboard, the basic structure is repeated exactly. In natural textures, such as grass, wood, sand or rocks, there is some random variation in size, shape, intensity or colour in the repetitions of the… CONTINUE READING
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