Development of an Efficient Image Segmentation Algorithm via Splitting and Merging Techniques

By | August 11, 2018

Mohammed Ashraf Zoghoul, Ashraf Abu-Ain, Jihad Nader Abdeljalil
Computer Engineering Department, Al-Balqa Applied University / FET, Amman,Jordan.

Abstract— Segmentation is a vital step in image processing, especially when image has to be transferred over a network. This paper presents an image segmentation algorithm via four different splitting and merging techniques, namely, Rectangle Technique, Matrix Technique, Line Technique and Free Hand Technique.

Keywords-Image Segmentation; Image Merge; Image Splitting; Image Processing.

Citation: Mohammed Ashraf Zoghoul, Ashraf Abu-Ain, Jihad Nader Abdeljalil, “Development of an Efficient Image Segmentation Algorithm via Splitting and Merging Techniques”, The World of Computer Science and Information Technology Journal (WSCIT). 2016, Volume 6, Issue 4. pp. 27.30.

2016, Volume 6, Issue 4.

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