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- Neal N. Xiong, Yang Shen, Kangye Yang, Changhoon Lee, Chunxue Wu:
Color sensors and their applications based on real-time color image segmentation for cyber physical systems. EURASIP J. Image Video Process. 2018: 23 (2018)
- Dang Ba Khac Trieu, Tsutomu Maruyama:
Real-time color image segmentation based on mean shift algorithm using an FPGA. J. Real Time Image Process. 10(2): 345-356 (2015)
- Miguel Angel Montañés Laborda, Enrique F. Torres Moreno, Jesús Martínez del Rincón, José Elías Herrero Jaraba:
Real-time GPU color-based segmentation of football players. J. Real Time Image Process. 7(4): 267-279 (2012)
- Takashi Saegusa, Tsutomu Maruyama:
Real-Time Segmentation of Color Images based on the K-means Clustering on FPGA. FPT 2007: 329-332
- Gen Fujita, Takaaki Imanaka, Hyunh Van Nhat, Takao Onoye, Isao Shirakawa:
Real-Time Human Object Extraction Method for Mobile Systems Based on Color Space Segmentation. IEICE Trans. Fundam. Electron. Commun. Comput. Sci. 89-A(4): 941-949 (2006)
- Chiho Kim, Bum-Jae You, Hagbae Kim:
Detection and Real-Time Tracking of Moving Targets Using a Color Segmentation Algorithm Robust to Irregular Illumination Variation and a Line-Based Tracker. IEICE Trans. Commun. 88-B(6): 2685-2687 (2005)
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