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Color-Texture Analysis for Content-Based Image Retrieval. Anh-Minh Hoang (W03213684) Supervisor: Vassilis Kodogiannis M.Sc. in Intelligent and Multi-Agent Systems, Harrow School of Computer Science . Outline. Introduction to the problem The goals of the work Introduction to the approach

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Color texture analysis for content based image retrieval

Color-Texture Analysis for Content-Based Image Retrieval

Anh-Minh Hoang (W03213684)

Supervisor: Vassilis Kodogiannis

M.Sc. in Intelligent and Multi-Agent Systems,

Harrow School of Computer Science.


Outline

Outline

  • Introduction to the problem

  • The goals of the work

  • Introduction to the approach

  • The relevance of the work to the areas of Intelligent Systems

  • Related works

  • Evaluation methods


Introduction

Introduction

  • The volume of digital image archives is growing rapidly and has become very large

  • Large amount of visual data is available on digital libraries or on the WWW.

  • The needs for searching visual information such as images, videos are emerging


Introduction cont

Introduction (cont.)

  • Manual image annotations can be used to a certain extent to help image search, but the feasibility of such approach to large databases is a questionable issue

  • Content-based image retrieval (CBIR) aims at efficient retrieval of relevant images from large image databases based on automatically derived imagery features such as color, texture, shape…


Introduction cont1

Retrieved Images

Query Image

Query Blobs

Image Database

Building

Index

Similarity Assessment

Feature Space

Introduction (cont.)


Goals

Goals

  • To automatically derive color and texture feature from image

  • To automatically partition an image into disjoint region coherently different in color and texture (image segmentation)

  • To build an image retrieval system using color and texture information


Approach

Approach

  • Color-texture measurement (see Minh A. Hoang et al, Signal Processing, pp. 265–275, February 2005)

  • Multiscale Region-Boundary Refinement for Color-Texture Segmentation

  • Features and regions indexing and matching for image retrieval


Color texture feature

Gaussian color model

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0.8

0.6

0.4

Gabor filters

Color-Texture Feature

Input color image

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0

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-1

Color-texture Feature


Segmentation multiscale approach

Input Image

Coarsest Scale

Region Initialization

Boundary Initialization

Seed Placement

Region Growing

Boundary Specification

Region Specification

Region Receding

Reduce Scale

Update Region Information

No

Update Boundary Information

No

Seed Placement

Yes

Yes

Output Image

Finer Scale

Region Growing

Segmentation: Multiscale Approach


Color texture segmentation

C1

C4

Color-texture Segmentation

Ground truth


Color texture segmentation cont

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Color-texture Segmentation (cont.)


Image retrieval system

Image Retrieval System


Applications in some areas of intelligent systems

Applications in some areas ofIntelligent Systems

  • Robot vision, object recognition, object tracking (e.g. robot soccer, intelligent vehicles driver assistance…): visual feature extraction and image segmentation is fundamental

  • Search engines for visual information, automatic annotation of visual database, automatic detection of salient features


Related works

Related Works

  • IBM QBIC, MIT Photobook, Columbia VisualSEEK and WebSEEK, PicToSeek, BlobWord: image retrieval systems

  • J. Malik et al, “Contour and texture analysis for image segmentation”, International Journal of Computer Vision 43(1), pp. 7–27, 2001

  • J. Freixenet et al, “Color Texture Segmentation by Region-Boundary Cooperation”, in The Eighth European Conference on Computer Vision, pp. 250–261, Springer Verlag, (Prague, Czech Republic), may 2004.


Related works cont

Related Works (cont.)

  • M. Tabb et al, “Multiscale image segmentation by integrated edge and region detection”, IEEE Trans. on Image Processing 6(5), pp. 642–655, 1997

  • P. Schroeter et al, “Hierarchical image segmentation by multi-dimensional clustering and orientation-adaptive boundary refinement”, Pattern Recognition28(5), pp. 695–709, 1995.

  • M. Mirmehdi and M. Petrou, “Segmentation of color textures”, IEEE Trans. on PAMI 22(2), pp. 142–159, 2000.

  • A. W. M. Smeulders et al, “Content-based image retrieval at the end of the early years”, IEEE Trans. on PAMI22(12), pp. 1349–1380, 2000.


Evaluation methods

Evaluation methods

  • Evaluation of color-texture feature extraction and image segmentation based on:

    • Compare with ground truth samples (or with human segmentations)

    • Compare to results from other works

    • Verify by human perception (heuristics)


Evaluation methods cont

Evaluation methods (cont.)

  • Evaluation of image retrieval system based on:

    • Average precision vs. number of retrieved images for several query types

    • Average number of steps to get to desired results based on relevant feedbacks

    • Heuristics (verify by human perception)


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