Scene Classification Based on Improved Spatial Partition Model

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In order to make full use of the spatial information of images in the classification of natural scene, we use the spatial partition model. But mechanically space division caused the abuse of spatial information. So spatial partition model must be properly improved to make the different categories of images were more diversity, so that the classification performance is improved. In addition, to further improve the performance, we use FAN-SIFT as local image features. Experiments made on 8 scenes image dataset and Caltech101 dataset show that the improved model can obtain better classification performance.

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Abdel Hamid Ismail Mourad and József Kázmér Tar

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339-342

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Z. Y. Liu et al., "Scene Classification Based on Improved Spatial Partition Model", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 527, pp. 339-342, 2014

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February 2014

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