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PostPosted: Wed Dec 04, 2002 9:52 am    
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Question: Wavelets for Texture Analysis

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|_|_|___|/| Wavelets for texture analysis
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|___|___|/| Call for information

In recent wavelet encounters in Belgium, the need emerged for a source
of information on the use of wavelets for the analysis of textures.
Despite the large amount of wavelet material, no survey of current
work on this specific topic is available. Since only few people study
this, they tend to work on islands. Except for a few "classical"
papers, there is not much widespread information.

This initiative is meant to help this and is therefore completely focused
on this specific topic which is:
- the classification of textures based on wavelet based features and
- the segmentation of textured images using these features.

The goals of the initiative are :

- compiling and maintaining an upto date list of papers and reports
concerning the topic.
- enable 2 way communication between people working on it.
- setting up a web site containing relevant info, reports and
links to active groups.

So, if you are working on this topic, please fill out the form below
and send it to:

Many thanks,

Stefan Livens
University of Antwerp

( ) I want to be informed about the "Wavelets for Texture Analysis"

my name:
my email:
my URL:
my postal adress:

( ) I work on this topic, more specifically on :

( ) I do not work on this at the moment, but keep a lively interest

( ) I have following paper(s) on this :

( ) this information may be included in the list
and put on the web site

( ) a copy of my paper(s) can be obtained by:

and ( ) may be redistributed
( ) may NOT be redistributed

( ) I have other useful information on the topic, namely:
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