Vishnu Priya D .
2013 International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology  
This literature review attempts to provide a brief overview of the most common segmentation techniques, and a comparison between them. It discusses the "Grab-Cut" technique, and" Graph Cut" techniques. GrabCut is a way to perform 2D segmentation in an image that is very user friendly. The user only need to input a very rough segmentation between foreground and background .The Graph Cut approaches to segmentation can be extended to 3-D data and can be used for segmenting 3-D volumes. Other
more » ... olumes. Other segmentation techniques use either contour or edge segmentation to perform segmentation. The Graph Cut techniques use both contour and edge detection. Typically this is down by drawing a rectangle around the object of interest. The way that this is accomplished technically is by using a combination of Graph Cuts and statistical models of the foreground and background structure in the colour space. Grab Cut Technique use very minimum energy to separate Foreground and Background Images.
doi:10.15623/ijret.2013.0210095 fatcat:n5rl54nmtfawbpszfddcuwld2q