In this section we describe the segmentation tasks considered in the experiments. Each of the 20 segmentation tasks is composed by an input image, a textual description explaining which objects should be segmented, and the ground truth.
|Task||Input image||Ground truth||Task description||Image credits||1||Segment each of the four wings. Split each wing into 2 pieces, separating the central region with another color.||Courtesy of contributor||2||Segment each cell.||Courtesy of contributor||3||Segment each of the 6 strawberries. Include the sepals (leaves) and peduncles (cables). Do not include the shadows in the background.||Multispectral Image Database||4||Segment each of the four planes of the image (sky and 3 mountains).||McGill Calibrated Colour Image Database||5||Segment the regions of water, grass and sky, separating them from the other regions.||Multispectral Image Database||6||Segment the squares from the texture. Keep the rest (background) in a single region.||McGill Calibrated Colour Image Database||7||Segment each of the balloons. Keep the two nozzles that appear in image attached to their balloons. Do not include pieces of the background.||Multispectral Image Database||8||Segment each cell.||Broad Bioimage Benchmark Collection - BBBC01||9||Segment the letters "T", "i", "d" and "e" of the largest package. Segment separately the dot of the "i" and the holes in the letters "d" and "e".||Caltech - Home Objects dataset||10||Segment the man and each lantern. Consider only the yellow part with inscription of each lantern (do not include the red part).||The Berkeley Segmentation Dataset and Benchmark||11||Segment each of the 10 mirrors.||McGill Calibrated Colour Image Database||12||Segment each of the peppers. Include the peduncles (cables). Do not include the shadows in the background.||Multispectral Image Database||13||Segment the polyhedron, separating individually each visible face.||HIPR2 Image Library||14||Segment the mushroom.||The Berkeley Segmentation Dataset and Benchmark||15||Segment the flower, separating individually each one of the petals and the stamens region (central part).||McGill Calibrated Colour Image Database||16||Segment each of the balls. Do not include the shadows in the background.||Multispectral Image Database||17||Segment each of the worms. Do not include pieces of the background.||HIPR2 Image Library||18||Segment the flower, merging all the petals in a single region. Do not include pieces of the background.||McGill Calibrated Colour Image Database||19||Segment each of the spools.||Multispectral Image Database||20||Segment the image into three regions: the orange isolated rightmost, the other oranges in the same region and the rest of the image in another region.||McGill Calibrated Colour Image Database|
In this section we present charts of the experiments when using distinct constant values for P in policy 3.
Below, we show the correlation between human profiles and the ones from the proposed policies and also for all the P values tested, as shown in the previous charts.