ABSTRACT Initially developed within a classification framework, a lot of extensions are now being proposed to handle multimedia applications

. The purpose of this report is to describe the solution to the problem of designing a Visual content pattern analyzer. It outlines the problem, the proposed solution, the final solution and the accomplishments achieved. Due to the enormous increase in image database sizes, as well as its vast deployment in various applications, the need for Image pattern identification is essential. Firstly, there is a outline description of the primitive features of an image like texture, color and shape. These features are extracted and used as the basis for a similarity check between images. The algorithms that are used to calculate the similarity between extracted features are then explained. The project is split up into two phases. The first phase is the training phase and this deals with the identification of pattern of the input image. This is done based on the extracted features of the image. The output of first phase will be the categories of objects that the input image contains. The contents are predicted based on the extracted pixel values. This is implemented using Microsoft visual studio and the coding is in vb.net. The second phase deals with the retrieval of the images that are semantically relevant to the input image. Our final result is a .Net built software application, with an image database, that utilizes the texture and color features of the images in the database as the basis of comparison and retrieval. The structure of the final application is illustrated. Furthermore, the results of its performance are illustrated by a detailed example.

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1 Use Case Diagram iii . Pattern Splitting 3.2 Image Pattern Identification 3. LITERATURE SURVEY 2.1.3. SYSTEM DESIGN 3. TITLE ABSTRACT (ENGLISH) ABSTRACT (TAMIL) LIST OF FIGURES LIST OF TABLES PAGE NO.1 Motivation 1. Visual Data Segmentation 3. INTRODUCTION 1.3.3.2.3.TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER NO.4.3. i ii vi vii 1 5 5 5 6 8 11 11 12 13 13 13 14 14 16 16 1. Supervised Machine Learning 3.4 Detailed Design 3. Feature Extraction 3.2 Problem Statement 1.1 Overall Block Diagram 3.4.3 Module Description 3.1 Summary of Literature Survey 3.3 Objectives 2.

1 Hardware Requirements 4.1 Test Cases 6.4.5 Comparison of Results 17 18 19 20 20 21 21 21 22 22 23 23 24 24 25 25 27 27 27 27 28 29 30 iv .3.4 Extract Features 4.3.2 Software Requirements 4. RESULT ANALYSIS 6.2 Class Diagram 3.4.5 Component Diagram 3.3 Select Image Segment 4.3 Screen Shots 4.2 Usability 6.4.4.4.3.6 Activity Diagram 4.3 Throughput 6.1 Run the Program 4.3.3 Collaboration Diagram 3.4 Analysis of Results 6.1 Scalability 6.3. IMPLEMENTATION 4.2 Select Image 4. TESTING 5.3.1 Threshold Value And Accuracy 6.4 Sequence Diagram 3.5 Predict the Image Content 5.4.

5.2 Accuracy 7.5.1 Conclusion 7. CONCLUSION & FUTURE ENHANCEMENTS 7.2 Future Enhancements REFERENCES 30 31 32 32 32 33 v .6.1 Selecting Image 6.

2 4.4 6.4 4. 11 12 16 17 18 18 19 19 20 22 23 23 24 24 28 29 29 30 31 31 vi .8 3.1 3.1 4.5 3. 3.6 3.LIST OF FIGURES FIGURE NO.6 FIGURE NAME Overall Block Diagram Pattern Identification Use Case Diagram Class Diagram Collaboration Diagram(Private User) Collaboration Diagram (Public User) Sequence Diagram (Public User) Sequence Diagram (Private User) Component Diagram Run Program Select Image Select Image Segment Image Portion Feature Extraction Predict Image Training And Accuracy Thv=50 Thv=30 Thv < 10 Time Taken Accuracy PAGE NO.9 4.5 6.4 3.1 6.7 3.3 6.2 3.3 3.2 6.3 4.5 6.

2 5.LIST OF TABLES TABLE NO.4 TABLE NAME Techniques for Image Analysis Test Case for Login Test Case for Image Cropping Test Case for Feature Extraction Test Case for Content Guessing PAGE 8 25 25 26 26 vii .1 5.3 5. 2.1 5.

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