Evaluation of color representation for texture analysis


Broek, E.L. van den and Rikxoort, E.M. van (2004) Evaluation of color representation for texture analysis. In: 16th Belgian Dutch Artificial Intelligence Conference, BNAIC 2004, 21-22 October 2004, Groningen, The Netherlands (pp. pp. 35-42).

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Abstract:Since more than 50 years texture in image material is a topic of research. Hereby, color was ignored mostly. This study compares 70 different configurations for texture analysis, using four features. For the configurations we used: (i) a gray value texture descriptor: the co-occurrence matrix and a color texture descriptor: the color correlogram, (ii) six color spaces, and (iii) several quantization schemes. A three classifier combination was used to classify the output of the configurations on the VisTex texture database. The results indicate that the use of a coarse HSV color space quantization can substantially improve texture recognition compared to various other gray and color quantization schemes.
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