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Content-Based Image Retrieval using Deep Learning

Content-Based Image Retrieval using Deep Learning

The dataset I chose for this thesis is from the SUN database [12]. The major reason for choosing this dataset was that the images in it were pre-annotated and had annotations as XML files for each image. The SUN database is huge so I had to choose a small subset of it for this study. In this study I am trying to classify images based on 8 classes namely: water, car, mountain, ground, tree, building, snow, sky and unknown which contains all the rest of the classes. I chose only those sets of images which I felt were more relevant to these classes. I collected a database of 3000 images from 41 categories. Each image has its annotations in an XML file. I randomly divided the dataset into 80% training set and 20% testing. There are 1900 training images, 600 testing images and 500 validation images. The training set was further divided into 80% training set and 20% validation set. The major drawback of this dataset is that the images are annotated by humans and the annotations are not perfect thus it may have some effect on the results. I try to handle this problem by getting as many synonyms as I can for each class label. A few examples of the synonyms are lake, lake water, sea water, river water, wave, ripple, river, sea, river water among others which all belong to the class label water. I mapped these synonyms to their respective class labels which are being used. Not all images in every categories were annotated. I filtered out the annotated images from the dataset and used only them for this study. Fig.4.5 shows an example of an image from the dataset and its annotation file where it can be seen how a river is annotated by the user.
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Energetic Content Based Image Retrieval Scheme Using Deep Learning Procedures

Energetic Content Based Image Retrieval Scheme Using Deep Learning Procedures

As is appeared in Figure 1, there are two procedures in modern CBIR assignment, to be specific the disconnected gathering process plotted by the red line and the web based seeking process plotted by the blue line. Amid the procedure of accumulation, images downloaded from the web are spared to the document server and recorded. The list step incorporates three parts: highlight extraction, include handling and highlight ordering. On the off chance that there are a few models all the while (for instance regulated CNN include extractor in highlight extraction, and PCA in highlight preparing, and so forth.), they are prepared on the gathered images. Amid the way toward seeking, given a image, since the ordering code is acquired in the list step, the similitudes between the question image and lists of gathered images should be registered, and the images with best n most noteworthy scores are returned as the outcome.
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A Survey: Content Based Image Retrieval

A Survey: Content Based Image Retrieval

It is necessary to have collection of images with distinct feature where there exist a large number of images this will be easy to separately identify them [44], decision regarding the selection of image has to be taken. Not to choose the similar images with in group. Sometimes first image [45] is selected but nothing is said to process about the selecting an image as it is selected randomly or by the hand.About three million images are handled by the retrieval system of images on large scale. Collateral text and the visual features are the basics of system retrieval of images. Such process that consists of keyword of initial or image based query and results of visual appearance on the feedback .This is possible to set on large scale data [46].
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Content based Image Indexing & Retrieval

Content based Image Indexing & Retrieval

In work done by Lu, Ooi and Tan, a variation of the shrink phase was used where the image was divided into a quad-tree structure rather than fixed sized blocks [Lu et al., 1994] [8]. Each branch of the quad- tree would then have its local histogram calculated to describe the color content of that region, however, in the research carried out by Smith and Chang, it was discovered that the regular image block sub-division suffered from too many inaccuracies and was computationally expensive. Smith and Chang suggested that the image be segmented by the use of color set back projection to identify high color information areas. These areas would then have their color set and position stored in the retrieval process and although this approach does give greater accuracy, it is well known that at present there are not many reliable segmentation techniques available and thus hard to verify the accuracy of the segmentation using back set projection.
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Content based Image Retrieval based on Histogram

Content based Image Retrieval based on Histogram

Visual features were classified in into primitive features such as color or shape, logical features such as identity of objects shown and abstract features such as significance of scenes depicted [4].Color has been the most useful and effective feature and almost all systems employ colors. Although most of images that used through internet and social media are in the RGB (Red, Green, Blue) color space, this space is only rarely used for indexing and querying as it does not correspond well to the human color perception. It only seems reasonable to be used for images taken under exactly the same conditions each time such as trademark images. Other spaces such as HSV (Hue, Saturation, and Value) spaces are much better with respect to human perception and are more frequently used. This means that differences in the color space are similar to the differences between colors that humans perceive [4].Texture partly due to the imprecise understanding and definition of what exactly visual texture actually is, texture measures have an even larger variety than color measures. Some of the most common measures for capturing the texture of images are wavelet sand Gabor filters. These texture measures try to capture the characteristics of the image or image parts with respect to changes in certain directions and the scale of the changes. This is most useful for regions or images with homogeneous texture [3, 4]. Shape is an important visual feature and it is one of the basic features used to describe image content. However, shape representation and description is a difficult task. This is because when a 3-D real world object is projected onto a 2-D image plane, one dimension of object information is lost [5].
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A Review On Content Based Image Retrieval

A Review On Content Based Image Retrieval

Retrieval (TBIR) systems, where the search is based on automatic or manual annotation of images. A conventional TBIR searches the database for the similar text surrounding the image as given in the query string. The commonly used TBIR system is Google Images. The text based systems are fast as the string matching is computationally less time consuming process. However, it is sometimes difficult to express the whole visual content of images in words and TBIR may end up in producing irrelevant results. In addition, annotation of images is not always correct and consumes a lot of time. For finding the alternative way of searching and overcoming the limitations imposed by TBIR systems more intuitive and user friendly content based image retrieval systems (CBIR) were developed. A CBIR system uses visual contents of the images described in the form of low level features like color, texture, shape and spatial locations to represent the images in the databases. The system retrieves similar images when an example image or sketch is presented as input to the system. Querying in this way eliminates the need of describing the visual content of images in words and is close to human perception of visual data. Due to exponential increase of the size of the so-called multimedia files in recent years because of the substantial increase of affordable memory storage on one hand and the wide spread of the World Wide Web (www) on the other hand, the need for efficient tool to retrieve images from large dataset becomes crucial. This motivates the extensive research into image retrieval systems [1]. From historical perspective, one shall notice that the earlier image retrieval systems are rather text -based search since the images are required to be annotated and indexed accordingly. However, with the substantial increase of the size of images as well as the size of image database, the task of user -based annotation becomes very cumbersome, and, at some extent, subjective and, thereby, incomplete as the text often fails to convey the rich structure of the images. This motivates the research into what is referred to as content-based image retrieval (CBIR).
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CONTENT BASED IMAGE RETRIEVAL SYSTEM

CONTENT BASED IMAGE RETRIEVAL SYSTEM

The distinctive physical masterpiece or structure of images is changes with respect to the shape, size and arrangement of its parts. Texture is a difficult concept to symbolize. The recognition of specific textures in an image is achieved primarily by modeling texture as a two- dimensional gray level variation. The corresponding brightness of pairs of pixels is computed such that degree of contrast, directionality and coarseness may be projected, regularity, classes of textures like silky or rough.

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Content Based Image Retrieval: Review

Content Based Image Retrieval: Review

Abstract - The paper presents a review of different techniques in content-based image retrieval. The paper starts with discussing the fundamental aspects of CBIR. Features for Image Retrieval like color, texture and shape are discussed next. We briefly discuss the similarity measures based on which matches are made and images are retrieved. Another important issue in content-based image retrieval is effective indexing and fast searching of images based on visual features. Dimension reduction and indexing schemes are also discussed. For content-based image retrieval, user interaction with the retrieval system is crucial since flexible formation and modification of queries can only be obtained by involving the user in the retrieval procedure. Finally Relevance feedback is discussed which helps in improving the performance of a CBIR system.
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Content Based Image Retrieval Sketches

Content Based Image Retrieval Sketches

Later on content based mostly image retrieval has become terribly distinguished because it is intuitive to finish users. this can be of 2 sorts. The input image are often given as coloured image or a hand drawn sketch. once the user has drawing space which will be used so as to draw sketch and provides it as input to the projected application. In criminal investigation, CBIR systems play a crucial role. The identification of pictures, sketches is supported by CBIR systems. Such applications area unit found in [3], [4] and [5]. whereas looking out analysis circuits graph from a giant image information is another space of analysis [6]. For this to happen, user is meant to draw a circuit sketch thus on get relevant pictures from information. so CBIR has been modified to SBIR (Sketch – based mostly Image Retrieval). this sort of labor was introduced in QBIC [7] and Visual request [8]. pictures area unit classified into grids and therefore the texture options and color area unit determined within the grids. the downside of those strategies is that they're not extremely invariant opposite rotation, translation and scaling. mathematical logic with neural networks is logic whereas image options [9].
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Towards case-based medical learning in radiological decision making using content-based image retrieval

Towards case-based medical learning in radiological decision making using content-based image retrieval

However, the performance of current CBIR systems is insufficient for a general application in CAD in general, as affirmed by the poor results, especially on the diagno- sis level, achieved at ImageCLEF [74]. Furthermore, CBIR systems are typically specialized, e.g., in a certain anatomic region or modality. This limitation impedes its general application in radiology and argues for a dedi- cated use depending on the capabilities of the particular CBIR system. IRMA, for example, focuses on hand radiographs. Furthermore, IRMA does not provide adapted algorithms for integrated processing of tomo- graphic images. Depeursinge et al. developed a multimo- dal distance measure for lung tomography images using automatically extracted three-dimensional regions [75]. The use of a combined similarity value for the images contained in a case is expected to further improve case retrieval. Approaches exist that, for example, determine a fusion of the single image-based similarity values of a case to calculate a combined case-based similarity value [76]. In order to cope with the various aspects of case similarity, according algorithms have to be investigated
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A Survey on Content Based Image Retrieval

A Survey on Content Based Image Retrieval

ABSTRACT: The content based image retrieval (CBIR) is one of the rising research areas of the digital image processing and searching. Most of the available image search tools, such as Google Images and Yahoo! Image search, are based on textual annotation i.e. metadata of images. In these tools, images are manually annotated with keywords and then retrieved using text-based search methods. The performances of these systems are not satisfactory. The goal of CBIR is to extract visual content of an image automatically like color, texture, or shape. Database images are indexed and clustered using k-means clustering algorithm. Finally, the visual features of the image to be searched are extracted and matched with the several clusters of images available in the database. The results show images similar to the input image
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Sketch-Based and Content Based Image Retrieval

Sketch-Based and Content Based Image Retrieval

Due to increase in large image database, the storage of such data is expensive, so that the image compression techniques come into picture. Content-based image indexing and retrieval has been an important research area, in which indexing and retrieval is performed on the basis of the contents of the images. The contents are like color, shape or texture of that image. Trying to retrieve similar images from the compressed image database is a tedious job. So introduce a technique which index and retrieve the images from such database. This paper implement a halftone based Ordered-Dither Block truncation Coding (ODBTC) technique to compress an image. The benefit of low complexity, ODBTC generate an image content descriptor for content based image retrieval (CBIR). In the encoding step, we compress an image block into corresponding quantizers and bitmap image. Two image features namely color co-occurrence feature (CCF) and bit pattern features (BPF) are used to index an encoded image by involving the visual codebook, and this features are generated directly from the encoded data streams without performing the decoding. An efficient approach to retrieve similar images from compressed database using hierarchical clustering algorithm is proposed. Hierarchical clustering algorithm is bottom-up approach to compute similar images with improved efficiency. So this scheme is not only provide image compression, because of its simplicity, but also simple and effective descriptor to index images in CBIR system.
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Content Based Image Retrieval using Wavelet based MultiResolution Analysis

Content Based Image Retrieval using Wavelet based MultiResolution Analysis

Traina et al., [13] presented a MultiWaveMed system, for indexing and extracting medical images through comparison of texture features. The proposed system implemented both Daubechies and Gabor wavelets to extract feature. The features thus extracted were organized in feature vectors. Based on the feature vectors, the images were organized through access methods, which perform query-by-content operations over images. Euclidean metric function and normalized Euclidean function s were used to compare the images. Experiments were conducted using both color and texture features for image retrieval. Results obtained show that the time required for query answer was very short with high precision.
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Content Based Image Retrieval in Art Collection Using Edbtc

Content Based Image Retrieval in Art Collection Using Edbtc

Many former [8] schemes have been developed to improve the retrieval accuracy in the content-based image retrieval (CBIR) system. One type of them is to employ image features derived from the compressed data stream. As opposite to the classical approach that extracts an image descriptor from the original image, this retrieval scheme directly generates image features from the compressed stream without first performing the decoding process. This type of retrieval aims to reduce the time computation for feature extraction/generation since most of the multimedia images are already converted to compressed domain before they are recorded in any storage devices.
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Content Based Image Retrieval using HSV and Hadamard DWT

Content Based Image Retrieval using HSV and Hadamard DWT

To evaluate the operating of HDWT methodology, the implementation has been tired MATLAB R2013a with the image dataset being one thousand images Corel dataset. The result for the HDWT victimization RGB color house model is bestowed Fig 3.2.The first image in Fig four.4 is that the question image and remaining area unit the retrieved pictures from the information. Out of all the retrieved pictures, one will observe that the primary image retrieved is same because the question image. This can be obvious case wherever the question image is additionally gift within the information wherever the simplest match is with identical image.
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Content Based Image Retrieval using RGB to HSV conversion

Content Based Image Retrieval using RGB to HSV conversion

E- Bin Xu et al.( 2015 ) Bin Xu presented a Graph- based ranking model that can be extensively enforced in information recovery system. This paper has been written with the aim to demonstrate its working using one of the most popular graph-based model namely Data Manifold model also called Manifold Ranking (M.R.). The MR model has a transcendent efficiency to quest geometrical structure of the given image that is stored in a database. However, it is not affordable to perform data processing obtained by manifold ranking, which mainly bound its use to perform the task on huge databases mostly for the cases where queries that need to be performed are not available in the database. They tender a factual graph- based ranking model that is scalable in nature named is as Efficient Manifold Ranking (EMR), that uses two viewpoints viz. efficient ranking computation and scalable graph construction that utilize their methods to checks the disadvantage of MR. Much of the time, Instead of considering customary k-closest diagram, it develops a grapple chart on the database. An inexact procedure is chosen for versed out-of-sample recovery. Trial Outcomes demonstrates that by bookkeeping diverse immense scale databases for picture exhibit that EMR is a consoling method for recuperation applications that in view of genuine.[5] F- Zhang, Xu-Bo et.al. (2010) tenders a relative assessment of algorithms that works on image recovery by applying Relevance Feedback (RF) and using some of its applications. RF is termed as a human interactional procedure taken to include and improve the recovered outcome and computation. Then explore it with the response until an adequate outcome is found.[6]
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Content based Image Retrieval (CBIR) using Hybrid Technique

Content based Image Retrieval (CBIR) using Hybrid Technique

Image retrieval is used in searching for images from images database. In this paper, contentbased image retrieval (CBIR) using four feature extraction techniques has been achieved. The four techniques are colored histogram features technique, properties features technique, gray level co- occurrence matrix (GLCM) statistical features technique and hybrid technique. The features are extracted from the data base images and query (test) images in order to find the similarity measure. The similarity-based matching is very important in CBIR, so, three types of similarity measure are used, normalized Mahalanobis distance, Euclidean distance and Manhattan distance. A comparison between them has been implemented. From the results, it is concluded that, for the database images used in this work, the CBIR using hybrid technique is better for image retrieval because it has a higher match performance (100%) for each type of similarity measure so; it is the best one for image retrieval.
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Content based Image Retrieval using Histogram, Color and Edge

Content based Image Retrieval using Histogram, Color and Edge

In past years, some paper have been presented for querying medium sized image collection. Some software are presented to store and retrieve primitive data and as well as complex data like images. The image type, size, color and texture characteristics are extracted from the images and stored into the database. This type of software has its own content based retrieval module that allows users to build content based visual queries to the image level. All these are done by some background programming of the system. The image features are extracted from the original image and stored as metadata. And for the query image the same features are extracted from the image and compared with each other. But besides this offline approaches some online approaches [2] are also appreciable in this context. This approach has both higher level and lower level feature extraction. The higher level is just the refinement of lower level feature extraction. And with the introduction of finer features number of candidate images gradually decreases and search become more efficient. Many approaches are available based on histogram extraction technique, but the color coherence vector [3] approach gave a new blow to previous histogram based approaches. This color coherence vector extracts not only the color distribution of pixels in images like color histogram, but also extracts the spatial information of pixels in the images. It gives us a more sophisticated approach towards histogram refinement. Use of multiple color coherence vectors gives much better efficiency than single one though it has higher computational complexity. Some efficient work on histogram is done to detect image copy [4] also. In this scheme multi resolution histogram is used. It is almost same like the plain color histogram method. But it adds some extra feature like encoding of spatial information directly.
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Content Based Image Retrieval Using  Singular Value Decomposition

Content Based Image Retrieval Using Singular Value Decomposition

singular values (SVs) to represent this face image, and then to perform classification based on these SVs and these SVs are used as an IR, and then an optimal discriminant transformation is employed to transform the SVs into a new space for subsequent classification. We point out that the SVs contained little useful information for face recognition and attributed the good performance in case of small testing database. The other method FSVDR is proposed with SVs it is clear that the two methods are quite different. The representation by SVs only employs the SVs, while our FSVDR utilizes not only the SVs, the left and right transformation matrices but also a parameter α to yield the so-needed IR.
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A Novel Approach for Content based Image Retrieval by using Histogram

A Novel Approach for Content based Image Retrieval by using Histogram

the need for content- based image retrieval has increased with increment size and volume of digital images. In this paper we implement the effective framework which is used to retrieve most similar images from large images database for the image provided by the user. We proposed methodology, an image present by a set of regions, while comparison of images are posing, each image represent by a histogram, hence the estimation of the region correspondence transform into an histogram matching problem. In addition, by using and image distance concepts, the difference between images obtained. Experimental results show that the proposed histogram image matching performance is acceptable.
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