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A Semantic Connected Coherence Scheme for Efficient Image Segmentation

Author(s): P.Navaneetham | S.Pannirselvam

Journal: International Journal of Image, Graphics and Signal Processing
ISSN 2074-9074

Volume: 4;
Issue: 5;
Start page: 47;
Date: 2012;
Original page

Keywords: Image Segmentation | Semantic Objects | Coherent Tree

Image processing is a comprehensively research topic with an elongated history. Segmenting an image is the most challenging and difficult task in image processing and analysis. The principal intricacy met in image segmentation is the ability of techniques to discover semantic objects efficiently from an image without any prior knowledge. One recent work presented connected coherence tree algorithm (CCTA) for image segmentation (with no prior knowledge) which discovered regions of semantic coherence based on neighbor coherence segmentation criteria. It deployed an adaptive spatial scale and a suitable intensity-difference scale to extract several sets of coherent neighboring pixels and maximize the probability of single image content and minimize complex backgrounds. However CCTA segmented images either consists of small, lengthy and slender objects or rigorously ruined by noise, irregular lighting, occlusion, poor illumination, and shadow.In this paper, we present a Cluster based Semantic Coherent Tree (CBSCT) scheme for image segmentation. CBSCT’s initial work is on the semantic connected coherence criteria for the image segregation. Semantic coherent regions are clustered based on Bayesian nearest neighbor search of neighborhood pixels. The segmentation regions are extracted from the images based on the cluster object purity obtained through semantic coherent regions. The clustered image regions are post processed with non linear noise filters. Performance metrics used in the evaluation of CBSCT are semantic coherent pixel size, number of cluster objects, and purity levels of the cluster, segmented coherent region intensity threshold, and quality of segmented images in terms of image clarity with PSNR.
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