Enhancement of Textural Differences Based on Morphological Component Analysis
Abstract— Enhancement of Textural Differences Based on Morphological Component Analysis. A new texture enhancement method which uses an image decomposition that allows different visual characteristics of textures to be represented by separate components in contrast with previous methods which either enhance texture indirectly or represent all texture information using a single image component. Our method is intended to be used as a preprocessing step prior to the use of texture-based image segmentation algorithms. Our method uses a modiﬁcation of morphological component analysis MCA< Final Year Projects 2016 > which allows texture to be separated into multiple morphological components each representing a different visual characteristic of texture. We select four such texture characteristics and propose new dictionaries to extract these components using MCA.
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