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Employing Divergent Machine Learning Classifiers to Upgrade the Preciseness of Image Retrieval Systems


Content Based Image Retrieval (CBIR) system is an efficient search engine which has the potentiality of retrieving the images from huge repositories by extracting the visual features. It includes color, texture and shape. Texture is the most eminent feature among all. This investigation focuses upon the classification complications that crop up in case of big datasets. In this, texture techniques are explored with machine learning algorithms in order to increase the retrieval efficiency. We have tested our system on three texture techniques using various classifiers which are Support vector machine, K-Nearest Neighbor (KNN), Naïve Bayes and Decision Tree (DT). Variant evaluation metrics precision, recall, false alarm rate, accuracy etc. are figured out to measure the competence of the designed CBIR system on two benchmark datasets, i.e. Wang and Brodatz. Result shows that with both these datasets the KNN and DT classifier hand over superior results as compared to others.

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Informatik, Informationstechnik