8.10.1 Color Segmentation, Healey

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Color Segmentation. Segmentation, Color.

Healey, G.,
Color Discrimination by Computer,
SMC(19), No. 6, Nov/Dec 1989, pp. 1613-1617. See also Global Color Constancy: Recognition of Objects by Use of Illumination-Invariant Properties of Color Distributions. BibRef 8911

Vriesenga, M., Healey, G., Peleg, K., and Sklansky, J.,
Controlling Illumination color to Enhance Object Discriminability,
IEEE DOI BibRef 9200

Healey, G.,
Using Color for Geometry-Insensitive Segmentation,
JOSA-A(6), No. 6, June 1989, pp. 920-937.
HTML Version. Uses properties like highlights to derive the geometry for a constant color curved sruface. BibRef 8906

Healey, G.,
Segmenting Images Using Normalized Color,
SMC(22), No. 1, January 1992, pp. 64-73.
HTML Version. A combination of several of the other conference papers. BibRef 9201

Jain, A.[Amit], Healey, G.,
A Multiscale Representation Including Opponent-Color Features for Texture Recognition,
IP(7), No. 1, January 1998, pp. 124-128.
Evaluating Multiscale Opponent Color Features Using Gabor Filters,
ICIP97(II: 203-206).

Healey, G.[Glenn], and Wang, L.Z.[Li-Zhi],
3-Dimensional Surface Segmentation Using Multicolored Illumination,
OptEng(37), No. 5, May 1998, pp. 1553-1562. 9806
Segmenting Surface Shape Using Colored Illumination,
HTML Version. 9705

Healey, G.[Glenn], Wang, L.Z.[Li-Zhi],
Segmenting 3-d Surfaces using Multicolored Illumination,
IEEE DOI BibRef 9800

Thai, B., and Healey, G.,
Representing Multiscale N-folded Symmetry in Color Texture,
ICIP97(I: 807-810).
IEEE DOI BibRef 9700

Suen, P.H., Healey, G.,
A New Spatial Interaction Model for Color Texture,
ICIP97(II: 867-870).
IEEE DOI BibRef 9700

Healey, G., and Dom, B.,
Pattern Classification Algorithms for Real-Time Image Segmentation,
ICPR90(II: 545-550).
IEEE DOI Abstract:
HTML Version. BibRef 9000

Healey, G.,
A Parallel Color Algorithm for Segmenting Images of 3-D Scenes,
DARPA89(1038-1042). Segmentation, Edges. Segmentation, Split and Merge. Segmentation by classification using physical properties. Quad-tree split and merge if edges exist in the square. A combination of edges and regions. Not much there yet. BibRef 8900

Healey, G.,
A Color Reflectance Model and Its Use for Segmentation,
IEEE DOI Similar to the next one. BibRef 8800

Sumanaweera, T.S., Healey, G., Lee, B.U., Binford, T.O., Ponce, J.,
Image Segmentation Using Geometric and Physical Constraints,
DARPA88(1091-1099). BibRef 8800

Healey, G., Binford, T.O.,
Predicting Material Classes,
DARPA88(1140-1146). BibRef 8800

Healey, G., and Binford, T.O.,
A Color Metric for Computer Vision,
DARPA88(854-861) BibRef 8800
And: CVPR88(10-17).
IEEE DOI Color. Through a lot of analysis, turn color into one measure. A lot of effort for little gain. BibRef

Healey, G., Binford, T.O.,
The Role and Use of Color in a General Vision System,
DARPA87(599-613). BibRef 8700
Color Algorithms for a General Vision System,
IJCAI87(759-762). BibRef

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