Sciweavers

Share
PR
2007

Incorporating multiple SVMs for automatic image annotation

11 years 1 months ago
Incorporating multiple SVMs for automatic image annotation
In this paper, a novel automatic image annotation system is proposed, which integrates two sets of support vector machines (SVMs), namely the multiple instance learning (MIL)-based and global-feature-based SVMs, for annotation. The MIL-based bag features are obtained by applying MIL on the image blocks, where the enhanced diversity density (DD) algorithm and a faster searching algorithm are applied to improve the efficiency and accuracy. They are further input to a set of SVMs for finding the optimum hyperplanes to annotate training images. Similarly, global color and texture features, including color histogram and modified edge histogram, are fed into another set of SVMs for categorizing training images. Consequently, two sets of image features are constructed for each test image and are, respectively, sent to the two sets of SVMs, whose outputs are incorporated by an automatic weight estimation method to obtain the final annotation results. Our proposed annotation approach demon...
Xiaojun Qi, Yutao Han
Added 27 Dec 2010
Updated 27 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2007
Where PR
Authors Xiaojun Qi, Yutao Han
Comments (0)
books