LBP-and-ScatNet-based Combined Features For Efficient Texture Classification

Abstract : In this paper, we propose a micro-macro feature combination approach for texture classification. The two disparate yet complementary categories of features are combined. By this way, Local Binary Pattern (LBP) plays the role of micro-structure feature extractor while the scattering transform captures macro-structure information. In fact, for extracting the macro-type features, coefficients are aggregated from three different layers of the scattering network. It is a handcrafted convolution network which is implemented by computing consecutively wavelet transforms and modulus non-linear operators. By contrast, in order to extract micro-structure features which are rotation-invariant, relatively robust to noise and illumination change, the completed LBP is utilized alongside the biologically-inspired filtering (BF) preprocessing technique. Overall, since the proposed framework can exploit the advantages of both feature types, its texture representation is not only invariant to rotation, scaling, illumination change but also highly discriminative. Intensive experiments conducted on many texture benchmarks such as CUReT, UIUC, KTH-TIPS-2b, and OUTEX show that our framework has a competitive classification accuracy.
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Vu-Lam Nguyen, Ngoc-Son Vu, Hai-Hong Phan, Philippe-Henri Gosselin. LBP-and-ScatNet-based Combined Features For Efficient Texture Classification. Multimedia Tools and Applications, Springer Verlag, In press, ⟨10.1007/s11042-017-4824-5⟩. ⟨hal-01593393⟩

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