Image matching using run-length feature

@article{Chan2001ImageMU,
  title={Image matching using run-length feature},
  author={Yung-Kuan Chan and Chin-Chen Chang},
  journal={Pattern Recognition Letters},
  year={2001},
  volume={22},
  pages={447-455}
}
Color histogram is the most commonly used color feature in image retrieval systems. However, this feature cannot effectively characterize an image, since it only captures the global properties. To make the retrieval more accurate, this paper introduces a runlength feature. The feature integrates the information of color and shape of the objects in an image. It can effectively discriminate the directions, areas and geometrical shapes of the objects. Yet, extracting the runlength feature is time… CONTINUE READING

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