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Color histograms lack spatial information and are sensitive to intensity variation, color distortion and cropping. As a result, images with similar histograms may have totally different semantics. The region-based approaches are introduced to overcome the above limitations, but due to the inaccurate segmentation, these systems may partition an object into(More)
Color histograms lack spatial information and are sensitive to intensity variation, color distortion and cropping. As a result, images with similar histograms may have totally different semantics. The region-based approaches are introduced to overcome the above limitations, but due to the inaccurate segmentation, these systems may partition an object into(More)
Content Based Image Retrieval (CBIR) is an interesting and most emerging field in the area of ‘Image Search’, in which similar images for the given query image searched from the image database. Current systems use color, texture and shape information for image retrieval. In this paper wepropose a method in which both color and texturefeatures of the images(More)
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