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1 May 2011 Saliency detection using multiple region-based features
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This paper proposes a novel saliency model using multiple region-based features. The original image is initially segmented into a set of regions using the mean shift algorithm, and region merging is performed to obtain a moderate segmentation result. Then, three types of regional saliency measures are calculated using region-based features including local/global color difference, orientation difference, and spatial distribution, and they are integrated into an overall regional saliency measure for each region. Finally, the pixel-wise saliency map is generated by combining regional saliency measures with the distance-weighted color similarity between each pixel and each region. Experimental results demonstrate that our saliency model achieves an overall better saliency detection performance than previous saliency models, and the saliency maps generated using our model are more suitable for content-based applications such as salient object detection, content-aware image retargeting, and object-based image retrieval.
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Yinzhu Xue, Ran Shi, and Zhi Liu "Saliency detection using multiple region-based features," Optical Engineering 50(5), 057008 (1 May 2011). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3582338
Published: 1 May 2011
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