Scene Classification Using Adaptive Processing of Tree Representation of Rectangular-Shape Partition of Images
Image classification is very helpful for organizing large image databases and content based image retrieval (CBIR). However, it is very complex and challenging because of lacking effective methods. In this paper, we present a tree representation of images based on rectangular-shape partition. Then an adaptive processing algorithm is adopted to perform the classification task. Experimental results on seven categories of scenery images show that the structural representations are better than the traditional methods and our previous work based on quadtree representation of fixed partition.
KeywordsAdaptive Processing Content Base Image Retrieval Tree Representation Scenery Image Scene Classification
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