Perceptually Based Metrics for the Evaluation of Textural Image Retrieval Methods

@inproceedings{Payne1999PerceptuallyBM,
  title={Perceptually Based Metrics for the Evaluation of Textural Image Retrieval Methods},
  author={Janet Susan Payne and Lee Hepplewhite and T. John Stonham},
  booktitle={ICMCS, Vol. 2},
  year={1999}
}
Texture is widely used in CBIR, and there have been a number of studies over the years to establish which features are perceptually significant. However, it is still diSJicult to retrieve reliably images that the human user would agree are “similar”. This paper reviews a range of computational methods, and compares their performance in class@ing and retrieving imagesporn the Brodatz set. Their performance is then related to the combined ranking of “similar” images from the same dataset… CONTINUE READING
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