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Thresholding[ edit ] The simplest method of image segmentation is called the thresholding method. This method is based on a clip-level or a threshold value to turn a gray-scale image into a binary image.
There is also a balanced histogram thresholding. The key of this method is to select the threshold value or values when multiple-levels are selected.
Recently, methods have been developed for thresholding computed tomography CT images. Data clustering Source image.
Note that a common technique to improve performance for large images is to downsample the image, compute the clusters, and then reassign the values to the larger image if necessary.
The K-means algorithm is an iterative technique that is used to partition an image into K clusters. The difference is typically based on pixel colorintensitytextureand location, or a weighted combination of these factors.
K can be selected manually, randomlyor by a heuristic. This algorithm is guaranteed to converge, but it may not return the optimal solution.
The quality of the solution depends on the initial set of clusters and the value of K. The idea is simple: Assuming the object of interest is moving, the difference will be exactly that object.
Improving on this idea, Kenney et al. They use a robot to poke objects in order to generate the motion signal necessary for motion-based segmentation. Interactive segmentation follows the interactive perception framework proposed by Dov Katz  and Oliver Brock .
Compression-based methods[ edit ] Compression based methods postulate that the optimal segmentation is the one that minimizes, over all possible segmentations, the coding length of the data. The method describes each segment by its texture and boundary shape. Each of these components is modeled by a probability distribution function and its coding length is computed as follows: The boundary encoding leverages the fact that regions in natural images tend to have a smooth contour.
This prior is used by Huffman coding to encode the difference chain code of the contours in an image. Thus, the smoother a boundary is, the shorter coding length it attains. Texture is encoded by lossy compression in a way similar to minimum description length MDL principle, but here the length of the data given the model is approximated by the number of samples times the entropy of the model.Fire Engineering has become a growth industry in New Zealand since the introduction of the Building Act which allows assessment of building fire safety by rational engineering methods.
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