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Relevance feedback techniques for image retrieval using multiple attributes

By: Kankanhalli, M.; Chun-Xin Chu; Tat-Seng Chua;

1999 / IEEE / 0-7695-0253-9


This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' Relevance feedback techniques for image retrieval using multiple attributes ' The paper proposes a relevance feedback (RF) approach to content based image retrieval using multiple attributes. The proposed approach has been applied to images' text and color attributes. In order to ensure that meaningful features are extracted, a pseudo object model based on color coherence vector has been adopted to model color content. The RF approach employs techniques developed in the fields of information retrieval and machine learning to extract pertinent features from each of the attributes. It then uses the user's relevance judgments to estimate the importance of different attributes in an integrated content based image retrieval. The system developed has been tested on a large image collection containing over 12000 images. The results demonstrate that the proposed RF approaches and pseudo object based color model are effective.