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Extended fuzzy rules for image segmentation

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2 Author(s)
Karmakar, G.C. ; Gippsland Sch. of Comput. & Inf. Technol., Monash Univ., Churchill, Vic., Australia ; Dooley, L.S.

The generic fuzzy rule-based image segmentation (GFRIS) technique does not produce good results for non-homogeneous regions that possess abrupt changes in pixel intensity, because it fails to consider two important properties of perceptual grouping, namely surroundedness and connectedness. A new technique called extended fuzzy rules for image segmentation (EFRIS) is proposed, which includes a second rule to that defined already in GFRIS, that incorporates both the surroundedness and connectedness properties of a region's pixels. This additional rule is based on a split-and-merge algorithm and refines the output from the GFRIS technique. Two different classes of image, namely light intensity and medical X-rays are empirically used to assess the performance of the new technique. Quantitative evaluation of the performance of EFRIS is discussed and contrasted with GFRIS using one of the standard segmentation evaluation methods. Overall, EFRIS exhibits significantly improved results compared with the GFRIS approach

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Image Processing, 2001. Proceedings. 2001 International Conference on  (Volume:3 )

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2001

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