Image classification, Computer Graphics

The image classification is the process to categorize images into one of several classes or categories. In this project, there are seven categories (Piano, Kangaroo, Strawberry, Sunflower, Airplane, Face and  Leopard).  Classification requires training for each image category.  The image categories are learned through a training process and an image is annotated in terms of the learned categories. Figure 1 shows the overall process of the image classification. This image classification can be used for automatic generation of  keyword metadata and for efficient searching and leverage of archived content.

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