Marker-based Segmentation

This chapter is an end-point and a culmination point for both Volumes 1 and 2 of Topographical Tools for Filtering and Segmentation, which is devoted to watershed segmentation

2019

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  • This chapter is an end-point and a culmination point for both Volumes 1 and 2 of Topographical Tools for Filtering and Segmentation, which is devoted to watershed segmentation
  • There are two main methods published in the literature for producing such a marker-based watershed segmentation
  • The first has been developed for images, treated here as node-weighted graphs and consists of modifying the topography of the image before extracting a watershed partition
  • The second type of methods has been developed for region adjacency graphs, i.e. edge-weighted graphs
  • An adequate preprocessing is presented which enables an almost immediate response for constructing a marker-based partition associated with each new family of markers
  • Topographical Tools for Filtering and Segmentation 2: Flooding and Marker-based Segmentation on Node- or Edge-weighted Graphs

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