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Frompo Search by Image

Image search is an information retrieval system designed to help to find information on the Internet and it allows the user to look for images etc. using keywords or search phrases and to receive a set of thumbnail images, sorted by relevancy.

Image Search without Keywords  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 colours or what objects are shown in the image. Frompo also allow you to find images similar to ones they have already found, and frompo additionally allows finding nearexact copies of images over the web, which is useful for intellectual property issues.

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Image Formats  Most images on the web are GIFs, JPEGs (which usually end in .jpg), and PNG. Other formats which you may find include BMP and TIFF. For information about all these and more, see Image file formats.

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