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Content Based Image Retrieval, HARSHADA ANAND KHUTWAD, RAVINDRA JINADATTA VAIDYA 2020 Bharati Vidhyapeeth University, College of Engg, Pune India

Content Based Image Retrieval, Harshada Anand Khutwad, Ravindra Jinadatta Vaidya

International Journal of Image Processing and Vision Science

Content Based Image Retrieval is an interesting and most emerging field in the area of ‘Image Search’, finding similar images for the given query image from the image database. Current approaches include the use of color, texture and shape information. Considering these features in individual, most of the retrievals are poor in results and sometimes we are getting some non relevant images for the given query image. So, this dissertation proposes a method in which combination of color and texture features of the image is used to improve the retrieval results in terms of its accuracy. For color, color histogram ...


An Adaptive Background Updation And Gradient Based Shadow Removal Method, SUMIT KUMAR SINGH, MAGAN SINGH 2020 Computer Engineering Department, IIT Roorkee, Roorkee, India

An Adaptive Background Updation And Gradient Based Shadow Removal Method, Sumit Kumar Singh, Magan Singh

International Journal of Image Processing and Vision Science

Moving object segmentation has its own niche as an important topic in computer vision. It has avidly being pursued by researchers. Background subtraction method is generally used for segmenting moving objects. This method may also classify shadows as part of detected moving objects. Therefore, shadow detection and removal is an important step employed after moving object segmentation. However, these methods are adversely affected by changing environmental conditions. They are vulnerable to sudden illumination changes, and shadowing effects. Therefore, in this work we propose a faster, efficient and adaptive background subtraction method, which periodically updates the background frame and gives better ...


Soft Tool Developement For Characterization Of Lung Nodule From Chest X-Ray Image, MANOJ R. TARAMBALE, NITIN S. LINGAYAT 2020 Electrical department, M M’s College of Engineering, Pune-52, University of Pune, Pune, India

Soft Tool Developement For Characterization Of Lung Nodule From Chest X-Ray Image, Manoj R. Tarambale, Nitin S. Lingayat

International Journal of Image Processing and Vision Science

CAD (Computer Aided Diagnosis) is a concept established by taking into account equally the roles of physician and computer to comment on disease. With CAD system, the performance given by computer does not have to be comparable to or better than that by physician, but need to be complementary to that by physician. To reduce the false positive and false negative diagnosis in determining whether the tumor is malignant or benign, doctors are taking help of CAD system. CAD using image processing technique has become one of the major research subjects in medical imaging and diagnostic radiology. Radiologist uses the ...


Design For Testability Techniques For Video Coding Systems, PARSHA SRIKANTH, SD.RAZIYA SULTHANA 2020 KITS,Warangal, India

Design For Testability Techniques For Video Coding Systems, Parsha Srikanth, Sd.Raziya Sulthana

International Journal of Image Processing and Vision Science

Motion estimation algorithms are used in various video coding systems. While focusing on the testing of ME in a video coding system, this work presents an error detection and data recovery (EDDR) design, based on the residue-andquotient (RQ) code, to embed into ME for video coding testing applications. An error in processing elements (PEs), i.e. key components of a ME, can be detected and recovered effectively by using the proposed EDDR design. Therefore, paper describes a novel testing scheme of motion estimation. The key part of this scheme is to offer high reliability for motion estimation architecture. The experimental ...


A Meta Clustering Approach For Ensemble Problem, DIVYA D J, GAYATHRI DEVI B 2020 Dept of Computer Science Engineering, B.T.L. Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India

A Meta Clustering Approach For Ensemble Problem, Divya D J, Gayathri Devi B

International Journal of Image Processing and Vision Science

A critical problem in cluster ensemble research is how to combine multiple clustering to yield a superior clustering result. Leveraging advanced graph partitioning techniques, we solve this problem by reducing it to a graph partitioning problem. We introduce a new reduction method that constructs a bipartite graph from a given cluster ensemble. The resulting graph models both instances and clusters of the ensemble simultaneously as vertices in the graph. Our approach retains all of the information provided by a given ensemble, allowing the similarity among instances and the similarity among clusters to be considered collectively in forming the clustering. Further ...


Color Histogram Based Medical Image Retrieval System, A. S. JADHAV, RASHMI V. PAWAR 2020 ECE department, BLDEA’s, Dr. P. G. Halakatti College of Engineering and Technology Bijapur, Karnataka, INDIA.

Color Histogram Based Medical Image Retrieval System, A. S. Jadhav, Rashmi V. Pawar

International Journal of Image Processing and Vision Science

This paper aims to focus on the feature extraction, selection and database creation of brain images for image retrieval which will aid for computer assisted diagnosis. The impact of content-based access to medical images is frequently reported but existing systems are designed for only a particular context of diagnosis. But, our concept of image retrieval in medical applications aims at a general structure for semantic content analysis that is suitable for numerous applications in case-based reasoning. By using the features, the database created for comparison. The color histogram is used to measure the similarity between the stored database image and ...


Modification To Spiht Algorithm Using Incremental Threshold For Image Compression, A. S. JADHAV, RASHMI V. PAWAR 2020 ECE department, BLDEA’s, Dr. P. G. Halakatti College of Engineering and Technology Bijapur, Karnataka, INDIA.

Modification To Spiht Algorithm Using Incremental Threshold For Image Compression, A. S. Jadhav, Rashmi V. Pawar

International Journal of Image Processing and Vision Science

The Modified SPIHT represents a more efficient implementation of the SPIHT algorithm by using variable thresholds to sort the list of insignificant pixels (LIP) and the list of insignificant sets (LIS). We observe two interesting facts: (I) most of the initial subsets in LIS are not only insignificant with respect to the maximum threshold, but also insignificant with respect to the smaller threshold. And (2) Most of the pixels generating from sorting LIS are smaller than the current threshold. Based on these two observations, it represents a new image codec method, which can make the binary encoded outputs more efficient ...


Singular Axis Self Balancing Robot, SULABH KUMRA, SHILPA MEHTA 2020 Department of ECE & EI, ITM University, Sec 23A, Gurgaon, Haryana

Singular Axis Self Balancing Robot, Sulabh Kumra, Shilpa Mehta

International Journal of Image Processing and Vision Science

In this paper, we presented the Balance model as a singular axis self balancing robot that is capable of adjusting itself with respect to changes in weight and position. We developed the Balance System from a single servo and a single accelerometer. The stability of the system is to show the capabilities of the ATMega8 in doing PID loops even with limited accuracy in position readings. PID control system is designed to monitor the motors so as to keep the system in equilibrium. It should be easily reproducible given the right parts and code.


A Contourlet Domain Watermarking Algorithm, N.R. BRINTA, P.R. BIPIN 2020 Department of P.G, Applied Electronics, Ilahia College of Engineering &Technology, Muvattupuzha, Kerala, India

A Contourlet Domain Watermarking Algorithm, N.R. Brinta, P.R. Bipin

International Journal of Image Processing and Vision Science

This paper presents a blind watermarking algorithm for digital images based on contourlet transform. After Contourlet transform, original image is decomposed into a series of multiscale, local and directional sub images. Each blocks of Arnold transformed watermark image, is embedded into suitable blocks of low pass coefficients of the contourlet transformed original image. Watermark is embedded using module arithmetic and odd-even quantization. The retrieving watermark algorithm is a blind detecting process, and it does not need original image. The experimental results show that the proposed watermarking algorithm is able to resist attacks, such as JPEG compression, noising, cropping and other ...


Efficient Compression And Encryption Scheme For Secure Transmission Of Images And Its Reconstruction, NEETHU SARA RAJU, JOBINS GEORGE 2020 ECE Department, ICET, Mulavoor

Efficient Compression And Encryption Scheme For Secure Transmission Of Images And Its Reconstruction, Neethu Sara Raju, Jobins George

International Journal of Image Processing and Vision Science

When it is desired to transmit redundant data over an insecure and bandwidth-constrained channel, it is customary to first compress the data and then encrypt it. In this paper, we investigate the efficiency of reversing the order of these steps, i.e., first encrypting and then compressing, without compromise for compression efficiency or the informationtheoretic security. A pseudorandom permutation and a linear encoding scheme is used to encrypt an original image, and the encrypted data are efficiently compressed by discarding the excessively rough and fine information of coefficients generated from orthogonal transform. After receiving the compressed data, based on spatial ...


Enhanced Chaotic Image Encryption Algorithm Based On Trigonometric Functions, M.K MOHSINA, ROBIN ABRAHAM 2020 Department of P.G, Applied Electronics, ICET, Mulavoor

Enhanced Chaotic Image Encryption Algorithm Based On Trigonometric Functions, M.K Mohsina, Robin Abraham

International Journal of Image Processing and Vision Science

The advent of wireless communications, both inside and outside the home-office environment has led to an Increased demand for effective encryption systems. The encryption of images is quite different from that of the texts due to the bulk data capacity and high redundancy of images. Traditional methods are difficult to handle the image encryption because of their small space of pseudo random sequence. At present, the chaotic maps have been widely used in image encryption for their extreme sensitivity to tiny changes of initial conditions. The chaos based algorithms have suggested a new and efficient way to deal with the ...


Chaotic Image Encryption Using-Rc5, DHANYA B. NAIR, RUKSANA MAIDEEN 2020 Dept of Electronics & Communication Engg, Ilahia College of Engineering and Technology, Muvattupuzha, Kerala, India

Chaotic Image Encryption Using-Rc5, Dhanya B. Nair, Ruksana Maideen

International Journal of Image Processing and Vision Science

In order to protect valuable data from undesirable readers or against illegal reproduction and modifications, there have been various data encryption techniques. Many methods have been developed to perform image encryption. The use of chaotic map for image encryption is very effective, since it increase the security, due to its random behavior. The highly unpredictable and random-look nature of chaotic signals is the most attractive feature of deterministic chaotic systems that may lead to novel (engineering) applications. This paper introduces a new cascaded structure of chaotic encryption scheme with RC-5 algorithm. In this paper „Triple key‟ is used to encrypt ...


Drastic Changes In Medical Field By The Invention Of Nanobots, L. JAGJEEVANRAO, R. PRASANNA, A. SOWJANYA, K. MANASASAISITA 2020 School of Computing, KLUniversity, GunturDt, India

Drastic Changes In Medical Field By The Invention Of Nanobots, L. Jagjeevanrao, R. Prasanna, A. Sowjanya, K. Manasasaisita

International Journal of Image Processing and Vision Science

Nanorobot (nanobots, nanoids, nanites) is a small electromechanical device with an exterior made up of carbon atoms in a diamond shape is used to interact with nanoscale objects or manipulate with nanoscale resolution. Usually the size of these robots range from 500-3000nm. In surgery this is more accurate instead of using the human hand. Nanobots moves around their environment consuming molecules to attain energy. Nanobots direct themselves towards certain cells by their glycolipid structures. This idea would help physicians to treat diseases effectively without any adverse side-effects, actually the idea is to repair organs.


Radio Frequency Identification Uhf Tag Using Rceat, BOYINA SWATHY, K MURTHY RAJU 2020 Sri Vishnu womens Engineering College, JNTU, Kakinada

Radio Frequency Identification Uhf Tag Using Rceat, Boyina Swathy, K Murthy Raju

International Journal of Image Processing and Vision Science

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) UHF Tag based on RCEAT technique is proposed in this paper. RCEAT means Reliable and Cost Effective Anti-collision technique. The proposed system is designed with the help of Verilog HDL. The System is simulated using Modelsim SE 6.3f and it synthesized using XST. The RCEAT system is classified into two subsystems. One is Pre and another one is Post . By using Pre we have to detect the errors from incoming messages. And using Post we identify the tag. Key words: Verilog HDL,CRC remover,


Controlling Of An Industrial Robotic Arm, V. VENKATESWARLU, S. SREENIVASULU 2020 Department of ECE, Audhisankara College of Engineering and Technology Gudur,India.

Controlling Of An Industrial Robotic Arm, V. Venkateswarlu, S. Sreenivasulu

International Journal of Image Processing and Vision Science

Most of industrial robots are still programmed using the typical teaching process, through the use of the robot teach pendant. In this paper is proposed an accelerometer-based system to control an industrial robot using two low-cost and small 3-axis wireless accelerometers. These accelerometers are attached to the human arms, capturing its behavior (gestures and postures). An Artificial Neural Network (ANN) trained with a back-propagation algorithm was used to recognize arm gestures and postures, which then will be used as input in the control of the robot. The aim is that the robot starts the movement almost at the same time ...


A Two Component Medical Image Compression Techniques For Dicom Images, K. S. SELVANAYAKI 2020 Department of Computer Applications, Easwari Engineering College, Chennai, Tamil Nadu

A Two Component Medical Image Compression Techniques For Dicom Images, K. S. Selvanayaki

International Journal of Image Processing and Vision Science

To meet the demand for high speed transmission of image, efficient image storage, remote treatment an efficient image compression technique is essential. Wavelet theory has great potential in medical image compression. Most of the commercial medical image viewers do not provide scalability in image compression. This paper discusses a medical application that contains a viewer for digital imaging and communications in medicine (DICOM) images as a core module. Progressive transmission of medical images through internet has emerged as a promising protocol for teleradiology applications. The major issue that arises in teleradiology is the difficulty of transmitting large volume of medical ...


Comparison Of Denoising Filters On Colour Tem Image For Different Noise, GARIMA GOYAL, MANISH SINGHAL, AJAY KUMAR BANSAL 2020 Department of Electronics Communication & Engineering, Poornima College of Engineering

Comparison Of Denoising Filters On Colour Tem Image For Different Noise, Garima Goyal, Manish Singhal, Ajay Kumar Bansal

International Journal of Image Processing and Vision Science

TEM (Transmission Electron Microscopy) is an important morphological characterization tool for Nanomaterials. Quite often a microscopy image gets corrupted by noise, which may arise in the process of acquiring the image, or during its transmission, or even during reproduction of the image. Removal of noise from an image is one of the most important tasks in image processing. Denoising techniques aim at reducing the statistical perturbations and recovering as well as possible the true underlying signal. Depending on the nature of the noise, such as additive or multiplicative type of noise, there are several approaches towards removing noise from an ...


Performance Comparison On Medical Image Segmentation Algorithms, MANOJ KUMAR V, SUMITHRA M. G 2020 Bannari Amman Institute of Technology, Sathyamangalam

Performance Comparison On Medical Image Segmentation Algorithms, Manoj Kumar V, Sumithra M. G

International Journal of Image Processing and Vision Science

Image segmentation plays a crucial role in many medical-imaging applications, by automating or facilitating the delineation of anatomical structures and other regions of interest. In this paper explaining current segmentation approaches in medical image segmentation and then reviewed with an emphasis on the advantages and disadvantages of these methods and showing the implemented outcomes of the thresholding, clustering,


Electronic Pesticide Using Solar Energy With Mobile Control Robot, SUREKHA BHALSHANKAR, SARIKA BHALSHANKAR, PRIYANKA BHALSHANKAR 2020 Department of Electrical Engineering, Govt.College of Engg.Aurangabad Station Road, Osmanpura, Aurangabad

Electronic Pesticide Using Solar Energy With Mobile Control Robot, Surekha Bhalshankar, Sarika Bhalshankar, Priyanka Bhalshankar

International Journal of Image Processing and Vision Science

Pesticides are most essential factor in the agricultural sector. Chemical pesticides kill the pests & protect the crops. It is necessary to protect the crops for high yield. But chemical pesticides not only bring the problem of health hazards but also problem of pollution such as air, soil & water. Therefore this has been serious issue now days. To solve all these problems we have constructed Electronic Pesticide. In this paper, working principle of Electronic pesticide, its construction details & its effects are discussed.


Personal Computer Based Robotic Arm With Vision, AARTI S. HAJARI HAJARI, SAAKSHI A. SHANKARPURKAR 2020 Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering Bhabha Engineering and Research Institute, Bhopal, INDIA

Personal Computer Based Robotic Arm With Vision, Aarti S. Hajari Hajari, Saakshi A. Shankarpurkar

International Journal of Image Processing and Vision Science

The visionary robot i.e. a robot with a vision which is controlled by the personal computer is being studied in this paper. A new visual serving concept for dynamic grasping for image color identification is presented. By optimal fusion of both camera information using a fuzzy decision making algorithm a robust visually controlled grasping of objects is achieved even in the case of disturbed signals or dynamic obstacles. The colors are also identified for the identification of the object the user requires.


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