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2 Author(s)
V. N. Gudivada ; Ohio Univ., Athens, OH ; V. V. Raghavan

Images are being generated at an ever-increasing rate by sources such as defence and civilian satellites, military reconnaissance and surveillance flights, fingerprinting and mug-shot-capturing devices, scientific experiments, biomedical imaging, and home entertainment systems. For example, NASA's Earth Observing System will generate about 1 terabyte of image data per day when fully operational. A content-based image retrieval (CBIR) system is required to effectively and efficiently use information from these image repositories. Such a system helps users (even those unfamiliar with the database) retrieve relevant images based on their contents. Application areas in which CBIR is a principal activity are numerous and diverse. With the recent interest in multimedia systems, CBIR has attracted the attention of researchers across several disciplines

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Computer  (Volume:28 ,  Issue: 9 )