Extraction of thin elongated objects from natural images is an important task in many computer vision applications such as image segmentation, object detection. Extensive approaches attempt to solve this issue with region features or prior knowledge, causing local minimum or short cut path. In this paper, we propose a semi-automatic method for the extraction of thin elongated objects. Given the input image, we manually label some foreground/background pixels as training samples. We use Guassian mixture model (GMM) to model background and extract object. We compute fuzzy affinity based on G-MM and take the framework of fuzzy connectedness (FC) to obtain fuzzy connected component. To obtain better result, we use adaptive components for GMM. Qualitative and quantitative comparisons show that our method outperforms many classical algorithms in terms of accuracy.
|Publication status||Published - Sep 2013|
|Event||ICIP 2013 - 20th IEEE International Conference on Image Processing - Melbourne, Australia|
Duration: 1 Sep 2013 → …
|Conference||ICIP 2013 - 20th IEEE International Conference on Image Processing|
|Period||1/09/13 → …|