In this paper, we proposed a novel fusion approach using global and local features. Colour Histogram (CH) is used as global feature and Block Bit Plane (BBP) as a local feature. For similarity measurement, distance d1 is used for CH features and BBPs are compared bit by bit using Hamming distance. Finally the overall similarity is computed as a weighted combination of global and local features. Particle swarm optimisation is used for optimisation of these weights. The proposed method is tested on 1000 and 3000 image database demonstrated significant improvement in precision and average recall rate compared to the current state of art methods.
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Using FTIR spectroscopy to measure hydrocarbon pollution in water
According to the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF’s 2015 Progress on Sanitation and Drinking Water report almost 700 million people around the world don’t have access to clean drinking water . Poor water quality is beginning to return to the developed world too. The strain of population growth, intensified agricultural practices and continued industrial expansion have are all contributing to rising contamination levels in water supplies. Chlorinated Aromatic Hydrocarbons (CHCs) Pollute...
Why choose Sialex over traditional salt based Ion Exchanger
We areregularly asked to compare our product with that of competitors. The market place for "Scale and Corrosion" control devices is large and there ae many different offerings. Customers select products based upon many parameters. Some parameters are emotional others purely objective. Most products for sale have positives to offer. Sometimes the message presented to the potential customer can be ambiguous and in some cases simply misleading. We do not claim to have the best solution for everyone. We do,...
Comparing RGB-based vegetation indices with NDVI for agricultural drone imagery
AbstractAgribotix conducted a post hoc test of two vegetation indices, VARI and TGI, that used only the three visible-band signals from an unmodified CMOS camera. The results were compared to NDVI, which is generally considered to be a reliable measure of field health and the underlying RGB image. While the results are somewhat encouraging in limited cases, it is clear that neither VARI nor TGI are applicable as general-purposes measures of field health.1. IntroductionA vegetation index is used to combine or...
Flood modeling and mitigation measures in an Urban Environment –Victoria, Australia - Case Study
AbstractAccurate prediction of flood extents in urban catchments is extremely difficult without having a 1d/2d integrated modeling approach. The integrated flood modeling is becoming popular and a new benchmark for urban flood risk management studies.City of Glen Eira in Victoria, Australia is a developed metropolitan municipality. The council is responsible for the management of 535km of drains servicing roads, properties and parks. Most of the drains were built before 1960, at a time when there were less...
Ferrous Wear Metal Measurement Made Easy with the FerroCheck
Historically, one of the most cost-effective indicators of machinery health has been the analysis of ferrous debris in oil. Such analysis utilizes the ferromagnetic properties of generated debris to perform the analysis. Since nearly all wear debris contains ferrous material (in particular iron), an abnormal increase in the amount of debris can be directly correlated to abnormal machinery conditions in the vast majority of cases. One type of ferrous debris analyzer is the magnetometer. The device works by sensing...