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A New LBP Variant: Corner Rhombus Shape LBP (CRSLBP)


The local binary model is a straightforward, dependable, and effective method for extracting relevant local information from images. However, because it only uses sign information in the local region, the local binary pattern (LBP) is ineffective at capturing discriminating characteristics. Furthermore, most LBP variants select a region with one specific center pixel to fill all neighborhoods. In this paper, a new variant of a LBP is proposed for texture classification, known as corner rhombusshape LBP (CRSLBP). In the CRSLBP approach, we first use three methods to threshold the pixel’s neighbors and center to obtain four center pixels by using sign and magnitude information with respect to a chosen region of an even block. This helps determine not just the relationship between neighbors and the pixel center but also between the center and the neighbor pixels of neighborhood center pixels. We evaluated the performance of our descriptors using four challenging texture databases: Outex (TC10,TC12), Brodatz, KTH-TIPSb2, and UMD. Various extensive experiments were performed that demonstrated the effectiveness and robustness of our descriptor in comparison with the available state of the art (SOTA).
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Ibtissam Al Saidi, Mohammed Rziza, Johan Debayle. A New LBP Variant: Corner Rhombus Shape LBP (CRSLBP). Journal of Imaging, 2022, 8 (7), pp.200. ⟨10.3390/jimaging8070200⟩. ⟨emse-03757750⟩
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