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Deterministic Partially Self-avoiding Walks on Networks for Natural Shapes Classification

  • Lucas C. RibasEmail author
  • Odemir M. Bruno
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 11401)

Abstract

Shape is an important characteristic used by different classification tasks in computer vision. In particular, shape is useful in many biological problems (e.g. plant species recognition and fish otolith classification), which are challenging due to the diversity found in nature. This paper proposes a novel method for shape analysis and classification based on deterministic partially self-avoiding walks (DPSWs) on networks. First, a shape contour is modeled as a network by mapping each contour pixel as a vertex. Then, deterministic partially self-avoiding walks are performed on the network and a robust shape signature is obtained using statistics of the trajectories of the DPSWs. We evaluate this feature vector in a classification experiment using two different natural shape databases: USPLeaves and Otolith. The experimental results demonstrate a high classification accuracy of the method when compared to the other methods. This suggests that our method is a promising option for the classification task in biological problems.

Keywords

Deterministic walk Networks Shape analysis 

Notes

Acknowledgments

Lucas Correia Ribas gratefully acknowledges the financial support grant #2016/23763-8, São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP). Odemir M. Bruno thanks the financial support of CNPq (Grant # 307797/2014-7) and FAPESP (Grant #s 14/08026-1 and 16/18809-9).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Mathematics and Computer ScienceUniversity of São Paulo - USPSão CarlosBrazil
  2. 2.São Carlos Institute of PhysicsUniversity of São Paulo - USPSão CarlosBrazil

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