Abstract

This paper discusses the possibilities of segmenting the zones of interest on multispectral images, as applied to two mathematical models of a scene. It is shown that the use of unfounded assumptions when constructing a model can cause false information to be obtained about a scene. Results are given from computer experiments on the segmentation of zones of interest, using trispectral images.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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