Segmentation of bake images by a self-organising map

Leonard Hamey, Jeffrey Yeh

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A technique for segmentation of images of baked good is presented. The technique employs a Self-Organising Map to identify the characteristic colour development curve (bake curve) for each product. Segmentation is based upon the colour information contained in the bake curve. The technique is trained with only positive exemplars of the product.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationImage Segmentation Workshop 1996
EditorsM. Braun, M. Eckert, E. Breen
PublisherAustralian Pattern Recognition Society
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 1996
EventImage segmentation workshop - Sydney, Australia
Duration: 13 Dec 199613 Dec 1996


ConferenceImage segmentation workshop

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    Hamey, L., & Yeh, J. (1996). Segmentation of bake images by a self-organising map. In M. Braun, M. Eckert, & E. Breen (Eds.), Image Segmentation Workshop 1996 (pp. 65-68). Australian Pattern Recognition Society.