Proceeding of

NCAICN National Conference 2013

(NCAICN-2013)

on

Advances in

Computing & Networking

as

A Special Issue of

International Journal of Computer Science and Applications

(ISSN:0974-1011)

Patron

Hon. Shri Sundeepji Meghe

(Chairman, Vidarbha Youth Welfare Society, Amravati)

 

Advisor

Dr. V.T. Ingole (FIE, FIETE, Professor Emeritus)

 

Organizing Committee

Chairman

Dr. D.T. Ingole (FIE, FIETE)

(Principal PRMIT & R, Badnera and  Chairman IEI  Amravati Center).

Secretary

 Er. A.W. Jawanjal

(Honorary Secretary IEI, Amravati Center)

Conveners

Dr. G.R. Bamnote ((FIE, FIETE)

(H.O.D. Computer Science & Engineering)

Dr. A.S. Alvi (MIE)

(H.O.D. Information Technology))

Prof. Mrs. M.D. Ingole (FIE.MIETE)

(H.O.D. Electronics & Telecommunication)

Coordinators

Prof. S.V. Dhopte ((FIE, FIETE)

Prof. Ms. V.M. Deshmukh (FIE, FIETE)

Dr. S.W. Mohod  (FIE,FIETE)

Co-Coordinators

Dr. S.R. Gupta (MIE, MIETE)

Prof. S.V. Pattalwar ((FIE, FIETE)

Prof. M.D. Damahe

Members

Prof. Mrs. M.S. Joshi                

Dr. S.M. Deshmukh

Prof. V.U. Kale

Prof. S.S. Kulkarni

Prof. Ms. R.R. Tuteja

Prof. Ms. J.N. Ingole

Prof. V.R. Raut

Prof. C.N. Deshmukh

Prof. Ms. M.S. Deshmukh

Prof. S.P. Akarte

Prof. Mrs. A.P. Deshmukh

Prof. Mrs. S.S. Sikchi

Prof. N.N. Khalsa

Department of Information and Computer Science and Engineering

Prof. Ram Meghe Institute of Technology and Research, Badnera Distt. Amravati

 

Editor

Prof. K. H. Walse

M.S.India

 

 

 

   
   
   
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IJCSA ISSN: 0974-1011 (Online) >>    
Title:

Biomedical Image Retrieval Using SVM Classification

Author:
Syed Tanzeem, Ranu Tuteja, Surayya Shaikh and Dr.Kalpana Jondhale
 

Abstract

In the past few years, immense improvement was obtained in the field of content-based image retrieval (CBIR). Nevertheless, existing systems still fail when applied to medical image databases. Simple feature-extraction algorithms that operate on the entire image for characterization of color, texture, or shape cannot be related to the descriptive semantics of medical knowledge that is extracted from images by human experts. In the framework, the probabilistic outputs of a multiclass support vector machine (SVM) classifier as category prediction of query and database images are exploited at first to filter out irrelevant images, thereby reducing the search space for similarity matching. Images are classified at a global level according to their modalities based on different low-level, concept, and key point-based features. It is difficult to find a unique feature to compare images effectively for all types of queries. Hence, a query-specific adaptive linear combination of similarity matching approach is proposed by relying on the image classification and feedback information from users. Based on the prediction of a query image category, individual pre computed weights of different features are adjusted online. The prediction of the classifier may be inaccurate in some cases and a user might have a different semantic interpretation about retrieved images. Hence, the weights are finally determined by considering both precision and rank order information of each individual feature representation by considering top retrieved relevant images as judged by the users. As a result, the system can adapt itself to individual searches to produce query-specific results. Experiment is performed in a diverse collection of many biomedical images of different modalities, body parts, and orientations. It demonstrates the efficiency and effectiveness of the retrieval approach.



2013 International Journal of Computer Science and Applications 

Published by Research Publications, India