Superpixel code

The idea of superpixels was originally developed by Xiaofeng Ren and Jitendra Malik [1]. This implementation is different, and is a version of that used in [2],[3]. See the README for more information.

Update (March 11, 2010): 64-bit modifications of code available (thanks to Richard Lowe for providing the fixes)

Update (March 7, 2006): Fine scale superpixel code [3] now available.

Tarball and directory of 64-bit superpixel code.

Tarball and directory of superpixel code.

Example images (from [3], N_sp=1000):


[1] X. Ren and J. Malik. Learning a classification model for segmentation. In Proc. 9th Int. Conf. Computer Vision, volume 1, pages 10-17, 2003.

[2] G. Mori, X. Ren, A. Efros, and J. Malik, Recovering Human Body Configurations: Combining Segmentation and Recognition, IEEE Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 2004.

[3] G. Mori, Guiding Model Search Using Segmentation, IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision, 2005.

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