12 July 2016 Combining multiple features for color texture classification
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The analysis of color and texture has a long history in image analysis and computer vision. These two properties are often considered as independent, even though they are strongly related in images of natural objects and materials. Correlation between color and texture information is especially relevant in the case of variable illumination, a condition that has a crucial impact on the effectiveness of most visual descriptors. We propose an ensemble of hand-crafted image descriptors designed to capture different aspects of color textures. We show that the use of these descriptors in a multiple classifiers framework makes it possible to achieve a very high classification accuracy in classifying texture images acquired under different lighting conditions. A powerful alternative to hand-crafted descriptors is represented by features obtained with deep learning methods. We also show how the proposed combining strategy hand-crafted and convolutional neural networks features can be used together to further improve the classification accuracy. Experimental results on a food database (raw food texture) demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed strategy.
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Claudio Cusano, Claudio Cusano, Paolo Napoletano, Paolo Napoletano, Raimondo Schettini, Raimondo Schettini, } "Combining multiple features for color texture classification," Journal of Electronic Imaging 25(6), 061410 (12 July 2016). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JEI.25.6.061410 . Submission:
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