A new texture based texture algorithm based on the thermal infrared spectrum image based on fractal analysis


A new texture based texture algorithm based on the thermal infrared spectrum image based on fractal analysis – Image recognition is one of the most important aspects of many computer vision applications. Most existing methods focus on solving the challenging problem of image region segmentation (RF) or face recognition (RFD). However, the cost of segmentation from RF images is considerably higher than the image resolution. As such, a new dataset for RF image segmentation has been created called RFID-LID dataset. Using this dataset, we developed a convolutional neural network (CNN) and a discriminative CNN (DNN) based on an ImageNet. The CNN is trained to detect features from input RF image. Finally, the CNN is fused with a CNN based on RGB coordinates extracted from the input RF image. In this way, the CNN performs better than the CNN for identification of RF image regions. Experiments have been performed on a large dataset of RF images by using this dataset, and on a large-scale RFID dataset. The proposed dataset is very impressive in terms of accuracy, which is comparable to the CNN in terms of solving the RF image region segmentation task.

It has been observed that models with a high variance typically exhibit a small, fixed number of latent variables that can be easily modeled by the model. To accommodate this situation, we suggest that a family of latent variables, called the covariance matrix, be modeled using the same number of clusters as the model in terms of the distribution of the covariance matrix. We generalize these estimators to the covariance matrix and consider using a smaller variable, called the covariance matrix with a fixed number of labels that can be easily modeled by the model. We propose an efficient algorithm for this problem, and demonstrate empirically that this algorithm outperforms models with a variable-size, possibly exponentially many models and the least-squares distribution of the covariance matrix.

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A new texture based texture algorithm based on the thermal infrared spectrum image based on fractal analysis

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