“Lattice Cut” - Constructing Superpixels Using Layer Constraints

Image segmentation in computer vision refers to the process of dividing an image into multi-pixel, often irregular, contiguous regions. The resulting groups of pixels are then referred to as 'superpixels'  and can be used to give a different, more salient representation of an image.

Author: Alastair P. Moore
Author: Simon J. D. Prince
Author: Jonathan Warrell

Publication: IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition. 2010 | full text (PDF)

Year: 2010