Accessible Method for Content-Based Image Retrieval In Peer To- Peer Networks

Dandangi Ravi, P Padmaja, M. Veerabhadra Rao


I propose a scalable approach for content-based image retrieval in shared systems by utilizing the sack of-visual words show. Contrasted and brought together conditions, the key test is to proficiently acquire a worldwide codebook, as pictures are conveyed over the entire distributed system. Furthermore, a distributed system frequently develops progressively, which makes a static codebook less successful for recovery assignments. Along these lines, we propose a dynamic codebook refreshing technique by upgrading the common data between the resultant codebook and significance data, and the workload adjust among nodes that oversee distinctive codewords.


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