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Sectorization of Haar and Kekre’s Wavelet for Feature Extraction of color images in Image Retrieval

Sectorization of Haar and Kekre’s Wavelet for Feature Extraction of color images in Image Retrieval

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This paper presents the Innovative idea of Sectorization of Haar Wavelet transformed images and Kekre’s Wavelet Transformed images to extract features for image retrieval. Transformed images have been sectored into 4,8,12 and 16 sectors. Each sector produces the feature vector component in particular sector size. Thus the feature vector size increases with the increase in the sector size. The experiment of augmenting the feature vectors with extra components performed .The performance of proposed method of sectorization checked with respect to increase in sector sizes, effect of augmentation of extra components in both Haar and Kekre’s Wavelet sectorization .The retrieval rate checked with crossover of average precision and recall. LIRS and LSRR are calculated for average of randomly selected 5 images of all 12 classes and compared with the overall average of LIRS/LSRR. The work experimented over the image database of 1055 images and the performance of image retrieval with respect to two similarity measures namely Euclidian distance (ED) and sum of absolute difference (AD) are measured.
This paper presents the Innovative idea of Sectorization of Haar Wavelet transformed images and Kekre’s Wavelet Transformed images to extract features for image retrieval. Transformed images have been sectored into 4,8,12 and 16 sectors. Each sector produces the feature vector component in particular sector size. Thus the feature vector size increases with the increase in the sector size. The experiment of augmenting the feature vectors with extra components performed .The performance of proposed method of sectorization checked with respect to increase in sector sizes, effect of augmentation of extra components in both Haar and Kekre’s Wavelet sectorization .The retrieval rate checked with crossover of average precision and recall. LIRS and LSRR are calculated for average of randomly selected 5 images of all 12 classes and compared with the overall average of LIRS/LSRR. The work experimented over the image database of 1055 images and the performance of image retrieval with respect to two similarity measures namely Euclidian distance (ED) and sum of absolute difference (AD) are measured.

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(IJCSIS) International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security,Vol. 09, No.02, 2011
Sectorization of Haar and Kekre’s
Wavelet forFeature Extraction of color images in ImageRetrieval
H.B.Kekre
Sr. Professor
MPSTME, SVKM’s NMIMS (Deemed
-to be-University)Vile Parle West, Mumbai -56,INDIAhbkekre@yahoo.com
Dhirendra Mishra
Associate Professor & PhD Research Scholar
MPSTME, SVKM’s NMIMS (Deemed
-to be-University)Vile Parle West, Mumbai -56,INDIAdhirendra.mishra@gmail.com
Abstract-
This paper presents the Innovative idea of Sectorization of Haar Wavelet transformed images and
Kekre’s
Wavelet Transformed images to extract featuresfor image retrieval. Transformed images have beensectored into 4,8,12 and 16 sectors. Each sector producesthe feature vector component in particular sector size.Thus the feature vector size increases with the increasein the sector size. The experiment of augmenting thefeature vectors with extra components performed .Theperformance of proposed method of sectorizationchecked with respect to increase in sector sizes, effect of augmentation of extra components in both Haar and
Kekre’s Wavelet sectorization .The retrieval rate
checked with crossover of average precision and recall.LIRS and LSRR are calculated for average of randomlyselected 5 images of all 12 classes and compared with theoverall average of LIRS/LSRR. The work experimentedover the image database of 1055 images and theperformance of image retrieval with respect to twosimilarity measures namely Euclidian distance (ED) andsum of absolute difference (AD) are measured.
Keywords- CBIR, Haar Wavelet,
Kekre’s Wavelet 
 Euclidian Distance, Sum of Absolute Difference, LIRS,LSRR, Precision and Recall.
I. INTRODUCTIONDigital world of the current era needs storage andmanagement of bulky digital images. It is the need of thecentury to have better mechanism to store, manage andretrieve whenever needed digital images from the largedatabase. Content-based image retrieval (CBIR), [1-4] is anytechnology that in principle helps to achieve this motive bytheir visual content. By this definition, anything rangingfrom an image similarity function to a robust imageannotation engine falls under CBIR. This characterization of CBIR as a field of study places it at a unique juncture withinthe scientific community. It is believed that the current state-of-the-art in CBIR holds enough promise and maturity to beuseful for real-world applications if aggressive attempts aremade. For example, many commercial organizations areworking on image retrieval despite the fact that robust textunderstanding is still an open problem. Of late, there isrenewed interest in the media about potential real-worldapplications of CBIR and image analysis technologies,There are various approaches which have beenexperimented to generate the efficient algorithm for CBIRlike FFT, DCT, DST, WALSH sectors [8-14][21][22],Transforms [16][17], Vector quantization[17], bit truncationcoding [18][19].The problem of CBIR still needs lots of research to achievethe better retrieval performance. It needs extensiveexperiments on all of its parameters i.e. Feature extraction,similarity measures, retrieval performance measuringparameters.In this paper we have introduced a novel concept of 
Sectorization of Haar Wavelet and Kekre’s Wavelet
in bothcolumn wise and row wise transformed color images forfeature extraction (FE).Two different similarity measuresnamely sum of absolute difference and Euclidean distanceare considered. Average precision, Recall, LIRS and LSRRare used for performances study of these approaches.II. HAAR WAVELET [5]The Haar transform is derived from the Haar matrix. TheHaar transform is separable and can be expressed in matrixform[F] = [H] [f] [H]
T
 Where f is an NxN image, H is an NxN Haar transformmatrix and F is the resulting NxN transformed image. Thetransformation H contains the Haar basis function hk(t)which are defined over the continuous closed interval
t Є
[0,1].The Haar basis functions are
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When k=0, the Haar function is defined as aconstant
h
k
(t) = 1/√N
 
When k>0, the Haar Function is defined asIII.
KEKRE’S WAVELET
[5]
Kekre’s Wavelet transform is derived from Kekre’s
transform.
From NxN Kekre’s transform matrix, we cangenerate Kekre’s Wavelet transform matrices of size(2N)x(2N), (3N)x(3N),……, (N2)x(N2).
 
For example, from5x5.
Kekre’s transform matrix, we can generate Kekre’s
Wavelet transform matrices of size 10x10, 15x15, 20x20and
25x25. In general MxM Kekre’s Wavelet transformmatrix can be generated from NxN Kekre’s transform
matrix, such that M = N * P where P is any integer between2 and N that is, 2
≤ P ≤ N.
 
Kekre’s Wavelet Transform
matrix satisfies [K][K]
T
= [D] Where D is the diagonalmatrix this property and hence it is orthogonal. The diagonal
matrix value of Kekre’s transform matrix of size NxN can be
computed as
(2)
IV. SECTORIZATION OF TRANSFORMEDIMAGES [8-14]
A.
 
4 Sector Formation
Even and odd rows/columns of the transformed imagesare checked for sign changes and the based on whichfour sectors are formed as shown in the Figure 1below:Figure 1: Computation of 4 Sectors
B.
 
8 Sectors Formation
The transformed image sectored in 4 sectors is takeninto consideration for dividing it into 8 sectors. Eachsector is of angle 45
o
. Coefficients of the transformedimage lying in the particular sector checked for thesectorization conditions as shown in the Figur2.Figure 2:Computation of 8 Sectors
C.
 
12 Sector Formation.
Division each sector of 4 sectors into angle of 30
o
 forms 12 sectors of the transformed image.Coefficients of the transformed image are divided intovarious sectors based on the inequalities shown in theFigure 3.Figure 3:Computation of 12 Sectors
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D.
 
16 Sector Formation:
Similarly we have done the calculation of inequalitiesto form the 16 sectors of the transformed image. Theeven/odd rows/ columns are assigned to particularsectors for feature vector generationV.
 
EXPERIMENTAL
 
RESULTSWe have used the augmented Wang image database [2] TheImage database consists of 1055 images of 12 differentclasses
such
as Flower, Sunset, Barbie, Tribal, Cartoon,Elephant, Dinosaur, Bus, Scenery, Monuments, Horses,Beach. Class wise distribution of all images in the databasehas been shown in the Figure 4.
ClassNo. of Images
45 59 51 100 100
ClassNo. of Images
100 100 100 100 100
ClassNo. of Images
100 100Figure 4: Class wise distribution of images in the ImagedatabaseFigure5. Query ImageThe query image of the class Horse has been shown inFigure 5. For this query image the result of retrieval of bothColumn wise and Row wise
Haar and Kekre’s wevlet
transformed images for all sectors are checked. The Figure 6shows the first 20 retrieval for the query image with respectto of Row wise Haar Wavelet Sectorization for its 16Sectors with sum of absolute difference as similaritymeasure. It can be observed that the retrieval of first 20images are of relevant class i.e. Horse; there are noirrelevant images till first 45 retrievals in both cases. Theresult of ro
w wise Kekre’s Wavelet shown in Figure 7; the
retrieval of first 20 images is same
as Kekre’s Wavelet
except the order of retrieval of images changes.Figure 6: First 20 Retrieved Images of Row wise Haarwavelet (16 Sectors)Figure 7: First 20 Ret
rieved Images of Row wise Kekre’s
Wavelet Sectorization (16 Sectors).Once the feature vector is generated for all images in thedatabase a feature database is created. 5 randomly chosenquery images of each class is produced to search thedatabase. The image with exact match gives minimumabsolute difference and Euclidian distance. To check theeffectiveness of the work and its performance with respect toretrieval of the images we have calculated the overall
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