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Detecting image orientation based on low-level visual content

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Detecting image orientation based on low-level visual content
Accurately and automatically detecting image orientation is of great importance in intelligent image processing. In this paper, we present automatic image orientation detection algorithms based on both the luminance (structural) and chrominance (color) low-level content features. The statistical learning support vector machines (SVMs) are used in our approach as the classifiers. The different sources of the extracted image features, as well as the binary classification nature of SVM, require our system to be able to integrate the outputs from multiple classifiers. Both static combiner (averaging) and trainable combiner (also based on SVMs) are proposed and evaluated in this work. Furthermore, two rejection options (regular and re-enforced ambiguity rejections) are employed to improve orientation detection accuracy by sieving out images with low confidence values during the classification. Large amounts of experiments have been conducted on a database of more than 14,000 images to vali...
Yongmei Michelle Wang, HongJiang Zhang
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Type Journal
Year 2004
Where CVIU
Authors Yongmei Michelle Wang, HongJiang Zhang
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