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Picture segmentation with introducing an anisotropic preliminary step to an MRF model with cellular neural networks

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2 Author(s)
Sziranyi, T. ; Dept. of Image Process. & Neurocomput., Veszprem Univ., Egyetem, Hungary ; Czuni, L.

Due to the large computation power needed for Markovian random field (MRF) based image processing, new variations of the basic MRF model are implemented. The transportation of the model to the very fast cellular neural networks (CNN) gave new tasks and opportunities to improve the technique, since the CNN has a special local architecture. This CNN architecture can be implemented in real VLSI circuits of superior speed in image processing. A type of MRF image segmentation with modified metropolis dynamics (MMD) can be well implemented in the CNN architecture. In this paper we address the improvement of this existing CNN method by introducing anisotropic diffusion as the smoothing process in the model. We suggest that this new feature with the MRF representation will give a new approach to solving early vision problems in the future

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Pattern Recognition, 1996., Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on  (Volume:4 )

Date of Conference:

25-29 Aug 1996