Image classification with ant colony based support vector machine

@article{Zhao2011ImageCW,
  title={Image classification with ant colony based support vector machine},
  author={Baoyong Zhao and Yingjian Qi},
  journal={Proceedings of the 30th Chinese Control Conference},
  year={2011},
  pages={3260-3263}
}
Natural image classification is an important task. SIFT descriptors and bag-of-visterms (BOV) method have achieved very good results based on local image representation. Many studies use the support vector machine to classify and identify the image category after finished representation of the image. However, due to support vector machine (SVM) its own characteristics, it shows inflexible and less slow convergence rate. The selection of parameters influenced the results for the algorithm… CONTINUE READING

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