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Dynamic Measurement of Computer Generated Image Segmentations
February 1985 (vol. 7 no. 2)
pp. 155-164
Martin D. Levine, Computer Vision and Robotics Laboratory, Department of Electrical Engineering, McGill University, Montreal, P.Q., Canada.
Ahmed M. Nazif, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Cairo, Cairo, Egypt.
This paper introduces a general purpose performance measurement scheme for image segmentation algorithms. Performance parameters that function in real-time distinguish this method from previous approaches that depended on an a priori knowledge of the correct segmentation. A low level, context independent definition of segmentation is used to obtain a set of optimization criteria for evaluating performance. Uniformity within each region and contrast between adjacent regions serve as parameters for region analysis. Contrast across lines and connectivity between them represent measures for line analysis. Texture is depicted by the introduction of focus of attention areas as groups of regions and lines. The performance parameters are then measured separately for each area. The usefulness of this approach lies in the ability to adjust the strategy of a system according to the varying characteristics of different areas. This feedback path provides the means for more efficient and error-free processing. Results from areas with dissimilar properties show a diversity in the measurements that is utilized for dynamic strategy setting.
Martin D. Levine, Ahmed M. Nazif, "Dynamic Measurement of Computer Generated Image Segmentations," IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 155-164, Feb. 1985, doi:10.1109/TPAMI.1985.4767640
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