Image Clustering with Median and Myriad Spatial Constraint Enhanced FCM
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Advances in Soft Computing
book series (AINSC, volume 30)
In the current study two approaches to the clustering problem have been tested. First, a sequential analysis of -ltering and fuzzy c-means (FCM) method is performed. Then, the standard FCM has been modi-ed by adding to the objective function a second term that formulates a spatial constraint. In both approaches mean, median, and myriad are implemented. The analysis has been performed on a synthetic image and clinical images.
KeywordsMembership Function Spatial Constraint Pepper Noise Image Cluster Corrupted Image
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