Statlog (Image Segmentation)

Donated on 10/31/1990

This dataset is an image segmentation database similar to a database already present in the repository (Image segmentation database) but in a slightly different form.

Dataset Characteristics

Multivariate

Subject Area

Other

Associated Tasks

Classification

Feature Type

Real

# Instances

2310

# Features

-

Dataset Information

Additional Information

The instances were drawn randomly from a database of 7 outdoor images. The images were handsegmented to create a classification for every pixel. Each instance is a 3x3 region.

Has Missing Values?

No

Variables Table

Variable NameRoleTypeDemographicDescriptionUnitsMissing Values
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Additional Variable Information

1. region-centroid-col: the column of the center pixel of the region. 2. region-centroid-row: the row of the center pixel of the region. 3. region-pixel-count: the number of pixels in a region = 9. 4. short-line-density-5: the results of a line extractoin algorithm that counts how many lines of length 5 (any orientation) with low contrast, less than or equal to 5, go through the region. 5. short-line-density-2: same as short-line-density-5 but counts lines of high contrast, greater than 5. 6. vedge-mean: measure the contrast of horizontally adjacent pixels in the region. There are 6, the mean and standard deviation are given. This attribute is used as a vertical edge detector. 7. vegde-sd: (see 6) 8. hedge-mean: measures the contrast of vertically adjacent pixels. Used for horizontal line detection. 9. hedge-sd: (see 8). 10. intensity-mean: the average over the region of (R + G + B)/3 11. rawred-mean: the average over the region of the R value. 12. rawblue-mean: the average over the region of the B value. 13. rawgreen-mean: the average over the region of the G value. 14. exred-mean: measure the excess red: (2R - (G + B)) 15. exblue-mean: measure the excess blue: (2B - (G + R)) 16. exgreen-mean: measure the excess green: (2G - (R + B)) 17. value-mean: 3-d nonlinear transformation of RGB. (Algorithm can be found in Foley and VanDam, Fundamentals of Interactive Computer Graphics) 18. saturatoin-mean: (see 17) 19. hue-mean: (see 17) Classes: 1 = brickface, 2 = sky, 3 = foliage, 4 = cement, 5 = window, 6 = path, 7 = grass.

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