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2-D iteratively reweighted least squares lattice algorithm and its application to defect detection in textured images
Authors: Meylani, Ruşen and Öden, Cenker and Ertüzün, Ayşin and Erçil, Aytül
Published in: IEICE transactions on fundamentals of electronics, communications and computer sciences , E89-A (5). pp. 1484-1494
Publication year: 2006
Abstract: In this paper, a 2-D iteratively reweighted least squares lattice algorithm, which is robust to the outliers, is introduced and is applied to defect detection problem in textured images. First, the philosophy of using different optimization functions that results in weighted least squares solution in the theory of 1-D robust regression is extended to 2-D. Then a new algorithm is derived which combines 2-D robust regression concepts with the 2-D recursive least squares lattice algorithm. With this approach, whatever the probability distribution of the prediction error may be, small weights are assigned to the outliers so that the least squares algorithm will be less sensitive to the outliers. Implementation of the proposed iteratively reweighted least squares lattice algorithm to the problem of defect detection in textured images is then considered. The performance evaluation, in terms of defect detection rate, demonstrates the importance of the proposed algorithm in reducing the effect of the outliers that generally correspond to false alarms in classification of textures as defective or nondefective.
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