Algorithm for Identifying Objects in The Relief Image Using Watershed Segmentation

Karina Auliasari, Mira Orisa

Abstract


This study aims to automate the process of understanding temple relief, despite the difficulties to analyze the contents of natural images. Three preprocessing stages are develop in this research namely edge detection based on convolution (EC), edge detection based on gaussian (EG) and Hybrid which is a combination between edge detection based on convolution and gaussian. These algorithm is to support the operation of Watershed transform to segment relief images. A set of relief images obtained from several temples near Malang City are used in this experiment. Two experimental parameter are develop in order to measure the performance of these algorithm, namely number of object and quality of retrieval from segmentation result. The result of experiment show that hybrid approach deliver the best performances compare the other approaches.

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Relief, Temple, Segmentation, Watershed

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15294/sji.v4i2.11177

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