Color space and color channel selection on image segmentation of food images
Keywords:color channel, color space, food image segmentation, food images, image segmentation
AbstractImage segmentation is a predefined process of image processing to determine a specific object. One of the problems in food recognition and food estimation is the lack of quality of the result of image segmentation. This paper presents a comparative study of different color space and color channel selection in image segmentation of food images. Based on previous research regarding image segmentation used in food leftover estimation, this paper proposed a different approach to selecting color space and color channel based on the score of Intersection Over Union (IOU) and Dice from the whole dataset. The color transformation is required, and five color spaces were used: CIELAB, HSV, YUV, YCbCr, and HLS. The result shows that A in LAB and H in HLS are better to produce segmentation than other color channels, with the Dice score of both is 5 (the highest score). It concludes that this color channel selection is applicable to be embedded in the Automatic Food Leftover Estimation (AFLE) algorithm.
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