Içerik Tabanlı Görüntü Erişimi Sistemleri
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Digital image collections are expanding day by day, and imageretrieval becomes even harder. Both individuals and institutionsencounter serious problems when building their image archives andlater when retrieving the archived images. Visual information cannot be fully expressed in words and normally depends on intuitive humanperception. Consequently, this causes us to find the plain text-basedinformation inadequate, and as a result, increases the value of thevisual content. However describing, storing and retrieving the visualcontent is not simple. The research activities in this area, whichescalated in the 90’s, have brought several solutions to the under-standing, design and development of the image retrieval systems. Thisarticle reviews the studies on image retrieval systems in general, andcontent-based image retrieval systems specifically. The article alsoexamines the features of content-based image retrieval systems.