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Computationally Intelligent Retrieval of Images Bases on the Actual Image Contents

@inproceedings{Ashraf2016ComputationallyIR,
  title={Computationally Intelligent Retrieval of Images Bases on the Actual Image Contents},
  author={Rehan Ashraf},
  year={2016}
}
The images serve as a significant format for human communications and they deliver a rich amount of information for people to understand the digital world. With wide spread use of internet and availability of the digital imaging techniques, more and more images are accessible to the world. As a result, efficient image indexing and retrieval has grown exponentially. The current form of image retrieval is based on the textual annotations that are used to describe the image content; but in today’s… 

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