Upload Image No image is selected yet Advertisement What is Reverse Image Search? It is a content-based image retrieval query technique in which CBIR system is given a sample image.
Content Based Image Retrieval 1 K. Kranthi Kumar, Associate Professor, Dept. It outlines the problem, the proposed solution, the final solution and the accomplishments achieved. Due to the enormous increase in image database sizes, as well as its vast deployment in various applications, the need for CBIR development arose.
Firstly, this report outlines a description of the primitive features of an image; texture, colour, and shape. These features are extracted and used as the basis for a similarity check between images.
The algorithms used to calculate the similarity between extracted features, are then explained. Our final result was a MatLab built software application, with an image database, that utilized texture and colour features of the images in the database as the basis of comparison and retrieval.
The structure of the final software application is illustrated. Furthermore, the results of its performance are illustrated by a detailed example.
Databases of art works, satellite and medical imagery have been attracting more and more users in various professional fields — for example, geography, medicine, architecture, advertising, design, fashion, and publishing.
Effectively and efficiently accessing desired images from large and varied image databases is now a necessity . Reasons for its development are that in many large image databases, traditional methods of image indexing have proven to be insufficient, laborious, and extremely time consuming.
These old methods of image indexing, ranging from storing an image in the database and associating it with a keyword or number, to associating it with a categorized description, have become obsolete. This is not CBIR. In CBIR, each image that is stored in the database has its features extracted and compared to the features of the query image.
It involves two steps : The first step in the process is extracting image features to a distinguishable extent. The second step involves matching these features to yield a result that is visually similar.
Automatic face recognition systems, used by police forces. Finger print or retina scanning for access privileges. Using CBIR in a medical database of medical images to aid diagnosis by identifying similar past cases. Trademark image registration, where a new candidate mark is compared with existing marks to ensure no risk of confusing property ownership.
It supports queries based on input images, user-constructed sketches, and selected colour and texture patterns . It examines the pixels in the image and performs an analysis process, deriving image characterization features .
Both these systems support colour and spatial location matching as well as texture matching . It supports colour, shape, spatial layout and texture matching, as well as image segmentation . It supports colour, spatial layout, texture and shape matching .
It supports colour and texture matching .Content-based image retrieval (CBIR) applies to techniques for retrieving similar images from image databases, based on automated feature extraction methods.
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