Content-based image retrieval by matching hierarchical attributed region adjacency graphs

@inproceedings{Fischer2004ContentbasedIR,
  title={Content-based image retrieval by matching hierarchical attributed region adjacency graphs},
  author={Benedikt Fischer and Christian J. Thies and Mark Oliver G{\"u}ld and Thomas Martin Deserno},
  booktitle={Medical Imaging: Image Processing},
  year={2004}
}
Content-based image retrieval requires a formal description of visual information. In medical applications, all relevant biological objects have to be represented by this description. Although color as the primary feature has proven successful in publicly available retrieval systems of general purpose, this description is not applicable to most medical images. Additionally, it has been shown that global features characterizing the whole image do not lead to acceptable results in the medical… CONTINUE READING
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