Vol.40, No.2, 2022, pp.661-672, doi:10.32604/csse.2022.018744
Deep Root Memory Optimized Indexing Methodology for Image Search Engines
  • R. Karthikeyan1,*, A. Celine Kavida2, P. Suresh3
1 Department CSE, Vel Tech HighTech Dr.Rangarajan Dr.Sakunthala Engineering College, Chennai, 600062, Tamilnadu, India
2 Department of Physics, Vel Tech Multitech Dr.Rangarajan Dr.Sakunthala Engineering College, Chennai, 600062, Tamil Nadu, India
3 Department of ECE, Veltech Rangarajan Dr Sagunthala R & D Institute of Science and Technology, Chennai, Tamilnadu, 600062, India
* Corresponding Author: R. Karthikeyan. Email:
Received 19 March 2021; Accepted 05 May 2021; Issue published 09 September 2021
Digitization has created an abundance of new information sources by altering how pictures are captured. Accessing large image databases from a web portal requires an opted indexing structure instead of reducing the contents of different kinds of databases for quick processing. This approach paves a path toward the increase of efficient image retrieval techniques and numerous research in image indexing involving large image datasets. Image retrieval usually encounters difficulties like a) merging the diverse representations of images and their Indexing, b) the low-level visual characters and semantic characters associated with an image are indirectly proportional, and c) noisy and less accurate extraction of image information (semantic and predicted attributes). This work clearly focuses and takes the base of reverse engineering and de-normalizing concept by evaluating how data can be stored effectively. Thus, retrieval becomes straightforward and rapid. This research also deals with deep root indexing with a multi-dimensional approach about how images can be indexed and provides improved results in terms of good performance in query processing and the reduction of maintenance and storage cost. We focus on the schema design on a non-clustered index solution, especially cover queries. This schema provides a filter predication to make an index with a particular content of rows and an index table called filtered indexing. Finally, we include non-key columns in addition to the key columns. Experiments on two image data sets ‘with and without’ filtered indexing show low query cost. We compare efficiency as regards accuracy in mean average precision to measure the accuracy of retrieval with the developed coherent semantic indexing. The results show that retrieval by using deep root indexing is simple and fast.
Multi-dimensional indexing; deep root; hashing; image retrieval filtered indexing
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Karthikeyan, R., Kavida, A. C., Suresh, P. (2022). Deep Root Memory Optimized Indexing Methodology for Image Search Engines. Computer Systems Science and Engineering, 40(2), 661–672.
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