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Series feature aggregation for content-based image retrieval

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Series feature aggregation for content-based image retrieval
Feature aggregation is a critical technique in content-based image retrieval systems that employ multiple visual features to characterize image content. One problem in feature aggregation is that image similarity in different feature spaces can not be directly comparable with each other. To address this problem, a new feature aggregation approach, series feature aggregation (SFA), is proposed in this paper. In contrast to merging incomparable feature distances in different feature spaces to get aggregated image similarity in the conventional feature aggregation approach, the series feature aggregation directly deal with images in each feature space to avoid comparing different feature distances. SFA is effectively filtering out irrelevant images using individual features in each stage and the remaining images are images that collectively described by all features. Experiments, conducted with IAPR TC-12 benchmark image collection (ImageCLEF2006) that contains over 20,000 photographic im...
Jun Zhang, Lei Ye
Added 09 Dec 2010
Updated 09 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where CEE
Authors Jun Zhang, Lei Ye
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