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Bag-of-features representation applied to an image collection. Blocks are extracted from all the images in the collection and grouped into clusters to create the codebook. Each Image is represented by a histogram of codeword frequencies block samples from all the images in the collection. Then, the codebook may be built applying a clustering algorithm to the sample set. Figure 3 illustrates the overall process. , 2005). , 2009a). However, it is still a low-level visual representation. The main question is how to relate the codebook with the semantic content of the images.
The first challenge is related to the problem of retrieving images according to their content, Content-Based Image Retrieval (CBIR). A typical usage scenario for a CBIR system provides an image as a query and requires to find those images in the repository most similar to it. One of the main problems of implementing a useful CBIR system is to have a good image similarity measure. g. ) are not always the best alternative, since they are unable to capture the semantic 13 From Biomedical Image Analysis to Biomedical Image Understanding Using Machine Learning notion of similarity.
Radiologists visually search mammograms for specific abnormalities. Some of the important signs of breast cancer that radiologists look for are clusters of microcalcifications, masses, and architectural distortions. Screening mammography is currently the most effective tool for early detection of breast cancer. Screening mammographic examinations are performed on asymptomatic women to detect early, clinically unsuspected breast cancer. Two views of each breast are recorded; the craniocaudal view, which can be described as a top to bottom view, and a mediolateral oblique view, taken from an oblique or angled view.
Biomedical Image Analysis and Machine Learning Technologies: Applications and Techniques (Premier Reference Source) by Fabio A. Gonzalez, Eduardo Romero