Abstract Meningioma brain tumour discrimination is challenging as many histological patterns are mixed between the different subtypes. In clinical practice, dominant patterns are investigated for signs of specific meningioma pathology; however the simple observation could result in inter- and intra-observer variation due to the complexity of the histopathological patterns. Also employing a computerised feature extraction approach applied at a single resolution scale might not suffice in accurately delineating the mixture of histopathological patterns. In this work we propose a novel multiresolution feature extraction approach for characterising the textural properties of the different pathological patterns (i.e. mainly cell nuclei shape, orientation and spatial arrangement within the cytoplasm). The patterns’ textural properties are characterised at various scales and orientations for an improved separability between the different extracted features. The Gabor filter energy output of each magnitude response was combined with four other fixed-resolution texture signatures (2 model-based and 2 statistical-based) with and without cell nuclei segmentation. The highest classification accuracy of 95% was reported when combining the Gabor filters’ energy and the meningioma subimage fractal signature as a feature vector without performing any prior cell nuceli segmentation. This indicates that characterising the cell-nuclei self-similarity properties via Gabor filters can assists in achieving an improved meningioma subtype classification, which can assist in overcoming variations in reported diagnosis.
Keywords – texture analysis, Gabor filter, fractal dimension, meningioma histopathology, brain tumours

فایل PDF – در ۱۴ صفحه- نویسنده : Omar Sultan Al-Kadi


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۲٫A Review Paper on Gabor Filter Algorithm & Its Applications

Abstract— In applications of image analysis and computer vision, Gabor filters have maintained their popularity in feature extraction. The reason behind this is that the resemblance between Gabor filter and receptive field of simple cells in visual cortex. Being successful in applications like face detection, iris recognition, fingerprint matching; where, Gabor feature based processes are amongst the best performers. The Gabor features can be derived by applying signal processing techniques both in time and frequency domain. The models like human preattentive texture perception have been proposed which involves steps like convolution, inhibition and texture boundary detection. Texture features are based on the local power spectrum obtained by a bank of Gabor filters. The concept of sparseness to generate novel contextual multiresolution texture descriptors are described. In this paper we present the detailed study about the Gabor filter and its application.
Index Terms— Gabor filter, Gabor energy, image quality assessment, Gabor features, multiresolution techniques, segmentation, textured images..

فایل PDF – در ۵ صفحه- نویسنده : Neelu Arora , Mrs. G. Sarvani

A Review Paper on Gabor Filter Algorithm & Its Applications

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۳٫Comparison of texture features based on Gabor filters


Abstract -The performance of a number of texture feature operators is evaluated. The features are all based on the local spectrum which is obtained by a bank of Gabor filters. The comparison is made using a quantitative method which is based on Fisher’s criterion. It is shown that, in general, the discrimination effectiveness of the features increases with the amount of post-Gabor processing.

فایل PDF – در ۶ صفحه- نویسنده : P. Kruizinga, N. Petkov and S.E. Grigorescu

Comparison of texture features based on Gabor filters

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۴٫Evolutionary Gabor Filter Optimization with Application to Vehicle Detection


Abstract—Despite the considerable amount of research work on the application of Gabor filters in pattern classification, their design and selection have been mostly done on a trial and error basis. Existing techniques are either only suitable for a small number of filters or less problem-oriented. A systematic and general evolutionary Gabor filter optimization (EGFO) approach that yields a more optimal, problem-specific, set of filters is proposed in this study. The EGFO approach unifies filter design with filter selection by integrating Genetic Algorithms (GAs) with an incremental clustering approach. Specifically, filter design is performed using GAs, a global optimization approach that encodes the parameters of the Gabor filters in a chromosome and uses genetic operators to optimize them. Filter selection is performed by grouping together filters having similar characteristics (i.e., similar parameters) using incremental clustering in the parameter space. Each group of filters is represented by a single filter whose parameters correspond to the average parameters of the filters in the group. This step eliminates redundant filters, leading to a compact, optimized set of filters. The average filters are evaluated using an application-oriented fitness criterion based on Support Vector Machines (SVMs). To demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed framework, we have considered the challenging problem of vehicle detection from gray-scale images. Our experimental results illustrate that the set of Gabor filters, specifically optimized for the problem of vehicle detection, yield better performance than using traditional filter banks.


فایل PDF – در ۸ صفحه- نویسنده : Zehang Sun, George Bebis and Ronald Miller

Evolutionary Gabor Filter Optimization with Application to Vehicle Detection

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۵٫Expression-Invariant Face Recognition via 3D Face Reconstruction Using Gabor Filter Bank from a 2D Single Image

Abstract— In this paper, a novel method for expression- insensitive face recognition is proposed from only a 2D single image in a gallery including any facial expressions. A 3D Generic Elastic Model (3D GEM) is used to reconstruct a 3D model of each human face in the present database using only a single 2D frontal image with/without facial expressions. Then, the rigid parts of the face are extracted from both the texture and reconstructed depth based on 2D facial land-marks. Afterwards, the Gabor filter bank was applied to the extracted rigid-part of the face to extract the feature vectors from both texture and reconstructed depth images. Finally, by combining 2D and 3D feature vectors, the final feature vectors are generated and classified by the Support Vector Machine (SVM). Favorable outcomes were acquired to handle expression changes on the available image database based on the proposed method compared to several state-of-the-arts in expression-insensitive face recognition.

Keywords—Face recognition; 3D shape recovery; Gesture and Behavior Analysis.


فایل PDF – در ۶ صفحه- نویسنده : Ali Moeini, Hossein Moeini, Karim Faez

Expression-Invariant Face Recognition via 3D Face Reconstruction Using Gabor Filter Bank from a 2D Single Image

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Content Based Image Retrieval (CBIR) is now a widely investigated issue that aims at allowing users of multimedia information systems to automatically retrieve images coherent with a sample image. A way to achieve this goal is the computation of image features such as the color, texture, shape, and position of objects within images, and the use of those features as query terms. We propose to use Gabor filtration properties in order to find such appropriate features. The article presents multichannel Gabor filtering and a hierarchical image representation. Then a salient (characteristic) point detection algorithm is presented so that texture parameters are computed only in a neighborhood of salient points. We use Gabor texture features as image content descriptors and efficiently emply them to retrieve images.
Keywords: Gabor filters, image retrieval, texture feature extraction, hierarchical representation

فایل PDF – در ۱۰ صفحه- نویسنده : TOMASZ ANDRYSIAK, MICHAŁ CHORA´ S


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۷٫Iris Recognition Based On Adaptive Gabor Filter

Abstract. Aiming at the problem of multi-category iris recognition, there proposes a method of iris recognition algorithm based on adaptive Gabor filter. Use DE-PSO to adaptive optimize the Gabor filter parameters. DE-PSO is composed of particle swarm optimization and differential evolution algorithm. Use 16 groups of 2D-Gabor filters with different frequencies and directions to process iris images. According to the direction and frequency of maximum response amplitude, transform iris features into 512-bit binary feature encoding. Calculate the Hamming distance of feature code and compare with the classification threshold, determine iris the type of iris. Experiment on a variety of iris databases with multiple Gabor filter algorithms, the results showed that this algorithm has higher recognition rate, the ROC curve is closer to the coordinate axis and the robustness is better, compare with other Gabor filter algorithm.

Keywords: Iris recognition Gabor filter Particle swarm optimization Differential evolutionFeature encodingHamming distance


فایل PDF – در ۸ صفحه- نویسنده : Shuai Liu, Yuanning Liu, Xiaodong Zhu, Guang Huo, Jingwei Cui, and Yihao Chen


Iris Recognition Based On Adaptive Gabor Filter

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KEY WORDS: Texture analysis, LIDAR, Algorithm, Urban and Vegetation Detection, Automated Classification
ABSTRACT: In this paper, a texture approach is presented for building and vegetation extraction from LIDAR and aerial images. The texture is very important attribute in many image analysis or computer vision applications. The procedures developed for texture problem can be subdivided into four categories: structural approach, statistical approach, model based approach and filter based approach. In this paper, different definitions of texture are described, but complete emphasis is given on filter based methods. Examples of filtering methods are Fourier transform, Gabor and wavelet transforms. Here, Gabor filter is studied and its implementation for texture analysis is explored. This approach is inspired by a multi-channel filtering theory for processing visual information in the human visual system. This theory holds that visual system decomposes the image into a number of filtered images of a specified frequency, amplitude and orientation.  The main objective of the article is to use Gabor filters for automatic urban object and tree detection. The first step is a definition of Gabor filter parameters: frequency, standard deviation and orientation. By varying these parameters, a filter bank is obtained that covers the frequency domain almost completely. These filters are used to aerial images and LIDAR data. The filtered images that possess  a significant information about analyzed objects are selected, and the rest are discarded.  Then, an energy measure is defined on the filtered images in order to compute different texture features. The Gabor features are used to image segmentation using thresholding.  The tests were performed using set of images containing very different landscapes: urban area and vegetation of varying configurations, sizes and shapes of objects. The performed studies revealed that textural algorithms have the ability to detect buildings and trees. This article is the attempt to use texture methods also to LIDAR data, resampling into regular grid cells. The obtained preliminary results are interesting.


فایل PDF – در ۱۲ صفحه- نویسنده : Urszula Marmol


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