Feature Fusion for Image Retrieval using Image Processing
VOLUME-8 ISSUE-10, AUGUST 2019, REGULAR ISSUE
Image processing and computer vision uses Content-based image retrieval (CBIR) function to solve the issue of image retrieval, which means, solving the issue of image searching in expansive databases. The actual data of the image will be evaluated when a search is performed that refers to content-based. The term content can be any attribute of an image like colour-shade, various symbols or shapes, sizes, or any other data. There are various approaches for image retrieval but the most prominent
... re by comparing the main image with the subsets of the relatable images whether it matches or not and the other one is by using a matching descriptor for the image. One of the main trouble for huge amount of CBIR is the representation of an image. When a given image is worked upon it is divided into number of attributes in which some are the primary ones and others are the secondary ones. These attributes are checked with the local and MPEG-7 descriptors. All this is then mapped in a single vector which is the same images but in compact form to save the space. Principle Component Analysis (PCA) is used lessen the attribute size. To store the attribute data in similar clusters and to train them to give the correct output the study also uses k-means clustering algorithm. Hence, the proposed system deals with the image retrieval using various algorithms and methods.