Wavelet Based Texture Classification

@inproceedings{Sebe2000WaveletBT,
  title={Wavelet Based Texture Classification},
  author={Nicu Sebe and Michael S. Lew},
  booktitle={ICPR},
  year={2000}
}
Textures are one of the basic features in visual searching and computational vision. In the literature, most of the att ention has been focussed on the texture features with minimal consideration of the noise models. In this paper we investigated the problem of texture classification from a maximum likelihood perspective. We took into account the texture mo del, the noise distribution, and the inter-dependence of the tex tur features. Our investigation showed that the real noise dist ribution… CONTINUE READING
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