SMART CITY SECURITY: FACE-BASED IMAGE RETRIEVAL MODEL USING GRAY LEVEL CO-OCCURRENCE MATRIX

  • Abdullah Mohammed Rashid Education College for Human Science, University of Basrah. Iraq
  • Ali A. Yassin, Dr Computer Department, University of Basrah. Iraq
  • Ahmed A. Abdel Wahed, Dr Education College for Human Science, University of Basrah. Iraq
  • Abdulla J. Yassin, Dr Computer Department, University of Basrah. Iraq

Abstract

Nowadays, a lot of images and documents are saved on data sets and cloud servers such as certificates, personal images, and passports. These images and documents are utilized in several applications to serve residents living in smart cities. Image similarity is considered as one of the applications of smart cities. The major challenges faced in the field of image management are searching and retrieving images. This is because searching based on image content requires a long time. In this paper, the researchers present a secure scheme to retrieve images in smart cities to identify wanted criminals by using the Gray Level Co-occurrence Matrix. The proposed scheme extracts only five features of the query image which are contrast, homogeneity, entropy, energy, and dissimilarity. This work consists of six phases which are registration, authentication, face detection, features extraction, image similarity, and image retrieval. The current study runs on a database of 810 images which was borrowed from face94 to measure the performance of image retrieval. The results of the experiment showed that the average precision is 97.6 and average recall is 6.3., Results of the current study have been relatively inspiring compared with the results of two previous studies.

Published
2020-06-11
How to Cite
RASHID, Abdullah Mohammed et al. SMART CITY SECURITY: FACE-BASED IMAGE RETRIEVAL MODEL USING GRAY LEVEL CO-OCCURRENCE MATRIX. Journal of Information and Communication Technology, [S.l.], v. 19, n. 3, p. 437-458, june 2020. ISSN 2180-3862. Available at: <http://e-journal.uum.edu.my/index.php/jict/article/view/6303>. Date accessed: 13 july 2020.