Image classification for content based indexing

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2003
Taner, Serdar
As the size of image databases increases in time, the need for content based image indexing and retrieval become important. Image classification is a key to content based image indexing. In this thesis supervised learning with feed forward back propagation artificial neural networks is used for image classification. Low level features derived from the images are used to classify the images to interpret the high level features that yield semantics. Features are derived using detail histogram correlations obtained by Wavelet Transform, directional edge information obtained by Fourier Transform and color histogram correlations. An image database consisting of 357 color images of various sizes is used for training and testing the structure. The database is indexed into seven classes that represent scenery contents which are not mutually exclusive. The ground truth data is formed in a supervised fashion to be used in training the neural network and testing the performance. The performance of the structure is tested using leave one out method and comparing the simulation outputs with the ground truth data. Success, mean square error and the class recall rates are used as the performance measures. The performances of the derived features are compared with the color and texture descriptors of MPEG-7 using the structure designed. The results show that the performance of the method is comparable and better. This method of classification for content based image indexing is a reliable and valid method for content based image indexing and retrieval, especially in scenery image indexing.

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S. Taner, “Image classification for content based indexing,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2003.