Semantic image classification by genetic algorithm using optimised fuzzy system based on Zernike moments
Signal Image and Video Processing (Impact Factor: 1.43). 05/2012; DOI: 10.1007/s11760-012-0311-7
Image classification is a challenging problem of computer vision. This study reports a fuzzy system to semantic image classification. As it is a complex task, various information of digital image, including three color space components and two Zernike moments with different order, are gathered and utilized as an input of fuzzy inference system to materialize a robust rotation/lighting condition and size invariant image classifier. For better performance, all the membership functions are optimized by genetic algorithm after empirical design stage. 90.62 and 96.25 % classification rates for RGB and HSI color spaces confirm the reliability of optimized system in different image conditions given in this contribution.
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