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Texture segmentation using Gaussian-Markov random fields and neural oscillator networks

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2 Author(s)
Cesmeli, E. ; Biomed. Eng. Center, Ohio State Univ., Columbus, OH, USA ; DeLiang Wang

We propose an image segmentation method based on texture analysis. Our method is composed of two parts. The first part determines a novel set of texture features derived from a Gaussian-Markov random fields (GMRF) model. Unlike a GMRF-based approach, our method does not employ model parameters as features or require the extraction of features for a fixed set of texture types a priori. The second part is a 2D array of locally excitatory globally inhibitory oscillator networks (LEGION). After being filtered for noise suppression, features are used to determine the local couplings in the network. When LEGION runs, the oscillators corresponding to the same texture tend to synchronize, whereas different texture regions tend to correspond to distinct phases. In simulations, a large system of differential equations is solved for the first time using a recently proposed method for integrating relaxation oscillator networks. We provide results on real texture images to demonstrate the performance of our method

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Neural Networks, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 2 )

Date of Publication:

Mar 2001

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