Basic Experimental Results – Outdoor Imagery
The outdoor imagery database is collected to further explore the capabilities of the baseline adaptive image segmentation system described in Chapter 4. The images in the database are intended to be more complex than the indoor images used in Chapter 5 and the type of variations between the images are more extensive due to the changing position and intensity of the sun. This movement creates varying object highlights, moving shadows, and many subtle contrast changes. Imagery of this type allows us to monitor the segmentation system’s ability to compensate for changing real-world conditions.
KeywordsTraining Image Segmentation Result Initial Location Segmentation Quality Seed Population
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