Self-organizing feature maps for image segmentation
A connectionist method for segmenting digital images in grey level is defined. This method relies on the topology preserving property of Kohonen's self-organizing feature maps. This method is adaptive in the sense that the most present on the image an interval of grey values is, the most accurate the segmentation in this range is. Segmentation of various pictures illustrates the method.
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