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Motion-based figure-ground segmentation by maximum motion separation

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3 Author(s)
Mansouri, A.-R. ; Institut Nat. de la Recherche Sci., INRS Telecommun., Montreal, Que., Canada ; Mitiche, A. ; Dolla, F.

Motion-based image segmentation is one of the basic problems of image processing and computer vision, with numerous applications to object based image coding and computer vision. This paper describes a novel algorithm for motion-based figure-ground segmentation based on the minimization of a functional for maximum separation between the motions of figure and ground. The Euler-Lagrange descent equations corresponding the minimization of this functional are expressed as level set partial differential equations for a topology-free formulation and stable numerical implementation. These level set partial differential equations dictate the evolution of a surface whose zero level set at convergence is the desired figure ground segmentation. Preliminary results validate our proposed algorithm and demonstrate that accurate figure-ground segmentation based on motion alone and with no prior computation of motion is obtained.

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Image Processing, 2003. ICIP 2003. Proceedings. 2003 International Conference on  (Volume:3 )

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14-17 Sept. 2003

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