Data Filter Crawler Based On Image Segmentation Technique Using EXIF Meta Image Tags
Most image search engines are keyword-based, using keywords found in the filename or nearby the image or otherwise associated with it. Content-based image retrieval is the science if finding images by the actual content of an image, such as the colors or what objects are shown in the image. Basically it known as Image Search. An image search is a search engine that is designed to find an image. The search can be based on keywords, a picture, or a web link to a picture. The results depend on the search criterion, such as metadata, distribution of color, shape, etc., and the search technique which the browser uses.
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