Online Algorithm for Scalable Image Similarity : The Studies
These studies provide a variety of findings regarding Online Algorithm for Scalable Image Similarity.
Large Scale Image Search with Rank-Based Similarity
An analysis about online learning of image similarity through ranking was conducted. The study found that a measure of similarity between pairs of objects can be an important generic problem in machine learning. This can be particularly useful in large scale applications like searching for an image that is to a given or finding videos that are similar.
Online Hashing for Image Retrieval
A paper about a scalable supervised online hashing algorithm for image retrieval was carried out. The algorithm proposed by Luo et al. is different from the another study mentioned above as it uses an inner product between the binary code corresponding to the new data stream and the reference codex. This study found that SSOH was more accurate in acquisitions than FSSH, which may be due to its easier intake process and its use of a reference volume.
GoogleStreetView: A New Tool for Searching Similar Images
An inquiry about the similarity of images search results on the Internet reveals that many similar images are available for a given query. The study found that the use of Google Street View data to analyze and map the houses in an urban area resulted in the identification of images with similar shapes, colors, and locations.
A Computationally Adaptive Image Interpolation Algorithm for Good Results
A study about the computational performance of a low-complexity, computationally adaptive image interpolation algorithm showed that it achieves good results when compared to other methods. The algorithm is simple and homogeneous, which makes it easy to implement on wide variety of hardware.
Large-scale similarity search for images
An article about similarity searching in high-dimensional image found that a fast and scalable search algorithm was developed to be reliable and efficient. The study found that the search was effective in detection of similarities between large sets of data. Overall, the results show that a similar search can be carried out quickly and efficiently, making it ideal for specific computations or tasks.
JPEG2000 scalability study interesting insights
An analysis about JPEG2000 scalability has been conducted and found that the proposed method is more efficient than traditional registration techniques when processing large images with JPEG2000. This study is useful for various reasons such as improving image quality and reducing software development time.
The Robust Comparison of Deep Learning Algorithms for Sprite Search
A study about fast and scalable similarity search in high-dimensional image data sets has been conducted. The study found that an efficient similarity search can be achieved through the use of a deep learning algorithm specifically designed for this purpose. The study also showed that the use of a deep learning algorithm can speed up the search process by 10 fold compared to classic ways of searching for similar images.
Parallel Image similarity Analysis
An analysis about parallelization of image similarity analysis has been presented. The study divides the algorithm into three sequential steps that are: 1. Choose a region and edge segmentation method for the data. 2. Parallelize this process by using different processors. 3. Accumulate the results to produce a final pool of similar images.
An Algorithm for Scheduling Broadcast Events
An evaluation about the algorithm for broadcast scheduling is given in this paper. It is proved that the algorithm produces better results than the one used in [IM10]. Additionally, it is shown that the guarantees given by the algorithm are more reasonable.
A New Method for Sparse Portfolio Selection Using Less Critical Resources
A study about using a scarce portfio selection algorithm is carried out in this paper. After discussing the purpose of this algorithm and its limitations, it is shown that there exists a more scalable way to do sparse portfolio selection using less critical resources. The proposed method consists of minimizing the cost of drawer miscellaneous expenses while randomly selecting portfolios.iddled with some specific metrics, such as Sharpe ratios, found that subscribing to a financial service provider actually improved returns on investment by 1.5%.