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Image segmentation

An overview of image segmentation, and Otsu classification presented by Professor Tony Pridmore.

Plant phenotyping commonly aims to identify objects in an image so they can be counted or measured in some way.

Splitting an image into such regions or points of interest is known as image segmentation. This video discusses the main types of segmentation methods, before looking at one type of method in particular, classification, using the example of Otsu thresholding.

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Introduction to Image Analysis for Plant Phenotyping

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