Unconstrained texture classification using efficient jet texton learning
Applied Soft Computing Journal
This paper proposes a simple and effective texture recognition method that uses a new class of jet texton learning. In this approach, first a Jet space representation of the image is derived from a set of derivative of Gaussian (DtGs) filter responses upto 2nd order (R6), so called local jet vector (LJV), which satisfies the scale space properties, where the combinations of local jets preserve the intrinsic local structure of the image in a hierarchical way and are invariant to image translation, rotation and scaling. Next, the jet textons dictionary is learned using K-means clustering algorithm from DtGs responses, followed by a contrast Weber law normalization pre-processing step. Finally, the feature distribution of jet texton is considered as a model which is utilized to classify texture using a non-parametric nearest regularized subspace (NRS) classifier. Extensive experiments on three large and well-known benchmark database for texture classification like KTH-TIPS, Brodatz and CUReT show that the proposed method achieves state-of-the-art performance, especially when the number of available training samples is limited. The source code of complete system is made publicly available at https://github.com/swalpa/JetTexton.
Roy, Swalpa Kumar; Ghosh, Dipak Kumar; Dubey, Shiv Ram; Bhattacharyya, Siddhartha; and Chaudhuri, Bidyut B., "Unconstrained texture classification using efficient jet texton learning" (2020). Journal Articles. 540.