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The goal of image segmentation is to partition a digital image into disjoint regions of interest. Of the many proposed image-segmentation methods, region growing has been one of the most popular. Research on region growing, however, has focused primarily on the design of feature measures and on growing and merging criteria. Most of these methods have an inherent dependence on the order in which the points and regions are examined. This weakness implies that a desired segmented result isdoi:10.1109/icip.2000.899236 dblp:conf/icip/WanH00 fatcat:anhbjl5wizcedo7hy4rohjq4sy