Classification of texture using random box counting and binarization methods

Wijdan Jaber AL-kubaisy, Maha Mahmood


The heterogeneous texture classifications with the complexity of structures provide variety of possibilities in image processing, as an example of the multifractal analysis features. The task of texture analysis is a highly significant field of study in the field of machine vision. Most of the real-life surfaces exhibit textures and an efficiently modelled vision system must have the ability to deal with this variety of surfaces. A considerable number of surfaces maintain a self-similarity quality as well as statistical roughness at different scales. Fractals could provide a great deal of advantages; also, they are popular in the process of modelling these properties in the tasks related to the field of image processing. With two distinct methods, this paper presents classification of texture using random box counting and binarization methods calculate the estimation measures of the fractal dimension BCM. There methods are the banalization and random selecting boxes. The classification of the white blood cells is presented in this paper based on the texture if it is normal or abnormal with the use of a number of various methods.


Binarization method; Box-counting method; Fractal dimension; Texture recognition; White blood cell

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