A Graphic/Picture Classification Method Based on Spatial Characteristics of Colors
In order to get optimum color reproduction results on different color devices in color management, a proper rendering intent should be selected according to color characteristics of the image. In terms of differences on color characteristics, images could be classified into synthetic graphics and natural pictures. Different rendering intent should be applied on graphics and pictures. So graphic/picture automatic classification becomes a fundamental task of color management intellectualization. Characteristics on color distribution of a large number of images have been researched in our experiments. Then it is confirmed that the essential difference between graphic and picture is the characteristics on color distribution in the neighborhood of images rather than the number of colors or the volume of image gamut. Thus, the features which have distinct ability to show the differences could be used to build classification rules. In this paper, several mathematical features of image are extracted and selected by their classification performance. Based on these features, the discriminant analysis is adopted to build up discriminated functions. Finally, the accuracy of the functions has been tested and the precision is 96.75%.
Ouyang Yun, Xu Min, Yang Li and Liu Xunting
S. Y. Cai et al., "A Graphic/Picture Classification Method Based on Spatial Characteristics of Colors", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 262, pp. 31-35, 2013