Toward a Bioinspired Fusion of Color and Infrared Textural Image Information
Javier Ruiz-del-Solar* and Aureli Soria-Frisch**
*University of Chile, Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Casilla 412-3, 6513021 Santiago, Chile
**Fraunhofer I.P.K., Dept. of Pattern Recognition, Pascalstr. 8-9, D-10587 Berlin, Germany
Received:October 19, 2000Accepted:January 1, 1970Published:November 20, 2001
Keywords:multi-sensorial fusion, bio-inspire,processing systems, image segmentation, pattern recognition
Simultaneous progress in sensor and signal processing technologies stimulates the implementation of more refined pattern recognition systems in order to solve problems of increasing complexity. The progress on both technologies induced the implementation of the here presented framework for the fusion of infrared and color textural information. The framework is based on different aspects of the processing of visual information in the human brain. Some organizational principles of multisensorial information fusion in higher associative areas are also reflected in it. Preliminary results, realized in a simplified framework, show the validity of the biological-based approach in the resolution of multisensorial image fusion.
Cite this article as:J. Ruiz-del-Solar and A. Soria-Frisch, “Toward a Bioinspired Fusion of Color and Infrared Textural Image Information,” J. Adv. Comput. Intell. Intell. Inform., Vol.5 No.6, pp. 326-332, 2001.Data files: