DCT-based rotational invariant unsupervised texture segmentation
by T. Ray; P. Patra
International Journal of Instrumentation Technology (IJIT), Vol. 3, No. 1, 2021

Abstract: Texture segmentation mainly focuses on dividing an object into different textures or regions with particular local properties. Usually, unsupervised texture segmentation is more challenging than supervised texture segmentation. In unsupervised texture segmentation, feature-based technique is more effective than model-based methods due to simplicity and fastness. The present paper proposes an unsupervised texture segmentation based on mask-based DCT as a feature-based technique. The proposed features are interesting as compared to plain wavelet and conventional DCT features for textures with and without rotation. Texture image database ranges from Brodatz album to natural scene. The proposed method performs well with the addition of white Gaussian noise. Moreover, post-processing on feature images is not required.

Online publication date: Thu, 26-May-2022

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