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From Editor's Desk Dear Researcher, Greetings! Research article in this issue discusses about motivational factor analysis. Let us review research around the world this month. Data Science Machine replaces Human Intuition with Algorithms Engineers have developed a new system that replaces human intuition with algorithms. The “Data Science Machine� outperformed 615 of 906 human teams in three recent data science competitions. Big-data analysis consists of searching for buried patterns that have some kind of predictive power. But choosing which features of the data to analyze usually requires some human intuition. In a database containing, say, the beginning and end dates of various sales promotions and weekly profits, the crucial data may not be the dates themselves but the spans between them or not the total profits but the averages across those spans. Aim to take the human element out of big-data analysis, with a new system that not only searches for patterns but designs the feature set. Data Warehouse in computing also known as an enterprise data warehouse is a system used for reporting and data analysis. DWs are central repositories of integrated data from one or more disparate sources. They store current and historical data and are used for creating analytical reports for knowledge workers throughout the enterprise. Examples of reports could range from annual and quarterly comparisons and trends to detailed daily sales analyses. The data stored in the warehouse is uploaded from the operational systems. The data may pass through an operational data store for additional operations before it is used in the DW for reporting. OLAP is characterized by a relatively low volume of transactions. Queries are often very complex and involve aggregations. For OLAP systems, response time is an effectiveness measure. It has been an absolute pleasure to present you articles that you wish to read. We look forward to many more new technologies related research articles from you and your friends. We are anxiously awaiting the rich and thorough research papers that have been prepared by our authors for the next issue.

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Contents A Novel Data Classification with Anonymity Method for Privacy Preserving in Medical Data Mining Dr.C.Senthilkumar, P.Kalaiyarasi …………………………………………….…………….………………………. [291] A Novel Technique for Image Recognition and Retrieval with Binary Pattern Using Support Vector Machine Dr.S.Prasath, M.Yasothai…………………………………………………….…………….…………………………. [298]

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A Novel Data Classification with Anonymity Method for Privacy Preserving in Medical Data Mining Dr.C.Senthilkumar Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science, Erode Arts & Science College (Autonomous), Erode, Tamil Nadu, India. Email: csincseasc@gmail.com P.Kalaiyarasi M.Phil (Research scholar), Department of Computer Science, Erode Arts & Science College (Autonomous), Erode, Tamil Nadu, India. Email: kalaipavi6@gmail.com Abstract— Data mining is the process of extracting interesting patterns or knowledge from huge amount of data. The privacy preserving in data mining comes into picture for security. K-Anonymity is one of the easy and efficient techniques to achieve privacy preserving for sensitive data in many data publishing applications. In Kanonymity techniques, all tuples of releasing database are generalized to make it anonymized which leads to reduce the data utility and more information loss of publishing table. To overcome those problems, it needs to propose a model is called Novel Sensitive Class Based Anonymity Method (NSCBA).The proposed the method classifies sensitive attributes like high sensitive and low sensitive depending upon the sensitive values. Experiment results on the SPARCS medical data sets show the proposed methods not only can improve the accuracy of the publishing data, but also can preserve privacy, then can increase the data utility and minimum information loss and also provide privacy with the implementation of ASP.NET. Keywords—K-Anonymity, SPARCS, Sensitive data.

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1. INTRODUCTION The tremendous growth in Information and Communications technology increases the need for electronic data to be stored and shared securely. The huge amount of data, if publicly available can be utilized for many research purposes. Data Mining can be one of the technologies used to extract knowledge from massive collection of data. On the other hand, being published, the sensitive information about individuals may be disclosed which creates ethical or privacy issues [1]. Due to privacy issues many individuals are reluctant to share their data to the public which leads to data unavailability. Thus, privacy should be an important concern in the field of Data Mining. Privacy Preserving Data Mining (PPDM) is becoming a popular research area to address various privacy issues. Data mining deals with large database which can contain sensitive information. It requires data preparation which can uncover information or patterns which may compromise confidentiality and privacy obligations. Advancement of efficient data mining technique has increased the disclosure risks of sensitive data. A common way for this to occur is through data aggregation. Data aggregation is when 291

the data are accrued, possibly from various sources and put together so that they can be analyzed [2]. This is not only data mining, but also is used for the result of the preparation of data before the purposes of the data analysis. The threat to an individual's privacy comes into play when the data, once compiled, cause the data miner, or anyone who has access to the newly compiled data set, to be able to identify specific individuals, especially when originally the data were anonymous. Providing security to sensitive data against unauthorized access has been a long term goal for the database security research community. The increasing ability to track and collect large amounts of data with the use of current hardware technology that has led to an interest in the development of data mining algorithms which preserve user privacy. A number of methods have recently been proposed for privacy preserving data mining of multidimensional data records. Various data mining techniques, it allows sharing of large amount of privacy sensitive data for analysis purposes. One of the major problems of privacy preserving data mining is the abundant availability of personal data. This paper is going to discuss about introduction for privacy preserving in data mining in Section I. The related works on anonymization approaches regarding hidden data in Section II. In Section III Problem definition is decided. The proposal model is discussed in Section IV. The Experimental result are presented in Section V. Finally the conclusion for the research work objectives is concluded in Section VI. 2. RELATED WORKS In recent years, many algorithms have been proposed for implementing k-anonymity via generalization and suppression. Samarati [4] presented an algorithm that exploits a binary search on the domain generalization hierarchy to find minimal k-anonymous table. Model such as l-diversity proposed in 2006 by A. Machanavajjhala [5] solve k-anonymity problem. It tries to put constraints on minimum number of distinct values seen within a equivalence class for any sensitive attribute. S. Venkatasubramanian in 2007 [3] developed a model called t-closeness which was introduced to overcome attacks possible on l-diversity like similarity attack. R. Wong, J. Li, A. Fu, K. Wang [7] proposed an (α, k)-anonymity model to protect both identifications and relationships to sensitive


INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY AND CREATIVE ENGINEERING (ISSN:2045-8711) VOL.5 NO.10 OCTOBER 2015 information in data that were proposed in the literature in order to deal with the problem of k- anonymity. Bayardo and Agrawal [9] published an optimal algorithm that starts from a fully generalized table and specializes the dataset in a minimal k- anonymous table. Fung et al. [8] designed a top-down approach to make a table satisfied kanonymous .LeFevre [6] described an algorithm that uses a bottom-up technique. However the traditional k-anonymity models consider that the all values of the sensitive attributes are sensitive and need to be protected. Vaidya[10] developed the methods for privacy-preserving association rule mining. The perturbation approach restricts data services to learn or recover precise records. This restrictions leads to some challenges. As this method does not reconstruct the original data values excepting distribution, so new algorithms require to be developed for reconstructed distributions to perform mining of the underlying data. Jisha Jose Panackal[11] discussedthe approaches in different way and is applicable when data can be disclosed beyond the control of the data collection process. If the data is distributed across multiple sites which are legally prohibited from sharing their collections with each other, it is still possible to construct a data mining model. The paper [12] is illustrated this scenario. They proposed a cryptographic protocol based on decision-tree classification on horizontally partitioned databases. Vaidya and Clifton first analyzed how secure association rule mining can be done for vertically partitioned data by extending the Apriori algorithm. Du and Zhan [16] developed a solution for constructing ID3 on vertically partitioned data between two parties. Clifton [14] presented a Naive Bayes classifier for privacy preservation on vertically partitioned data and [15] proposed the first method for clustering over vertically partitioned data. All these methods are almost based on the special encryption protocol known as Secure Multiparty Computation (SMC) technology. The SMC originated with Yao’s Millionaires’ problem [13]. In fact, the values which will breach individual’s privacy are in the minority of the whole sensitive attribute dataset. The previous models lead to excessively generalize and more information loss in publishing data. The work presented in this paper mainly considers the tuples which are really sensitive and need to be preserving the privacy of individual are only generalized and anonymized. 3. PROBLEM DEFINITION The goal of data mining is to extract hidden or useful unknown interesting rules or patterns from databases. The main objective of privacy preserving data mining is to hide certain confidential data so that they cannot be discovered through data mining techniques. In research work survey analysis, the problem specification is defined according to the collected data. Based on collected data, our problem may be extended to another area or applications. After defining problem, the components (or) sub modules of the problem are analyzed. The main problem is to secure the private data and avoid the information loss and use maximum data storage. The needed database is designed for updating of the available data.

Privacy – To provide the individual data privacy by generalization in such a way that re-identification cannot be possible. Data utility - The goal is to eliminate the privacy breach (how much an adversary learn from the published data) and increase utility (accuracy of data mining task) of a released database. This is achieved by generalizing quasi-identifiers of only those tuples having high sensitive attribute values. Minimum information loss – The loss of information is minimized by giving sensitivity level for sensitive attribute values, and tuples which belongs to high sensitive level are only generalized rest of the tuples are released as it. Basic Notation Let T{K1,K2.. ,Kj Q1,Q2,..,Qp,S } be a table. For example, T is a medical dataset. Let Q1,…,QP denote the quasi-identifier specified by the application (administrator). Let S denotes the sensitive attribute. Definition 1: (Quasi-identifier) A set of non-sensitive attributes {Q1,…,Qp} of a table is called a quasi-identifier if these attributes can be linked with external data to uniquely identify (can be called as candidate key) at least one individual in the general population. Definition 2: (K-Anonymity) A table T satisfies k- anonymity if for every tuple t of T there exists (k-1) other tuples ti1, ti2, tik-1 T such that t[F] = ti1 [F] =ti2 [F] = … = tik−1 [F] for all F QI. Definition 3: (Sensitive-values Set) A Set A consists of values which the user selects as most sensitive values from set S which denote by A. Definition 4 : (Sensitive tuple) Let t T, if t[S] A, t is called as sensitive tuple.

4. PROPOSED METHOD FOR NOVEL SENSITIVE CLASS BASED ANONYMITY METHODS(NSCBA) K-anonymity model is introduced to protect sensitive attributes from interlopers where sensitive attribute is an attribute whose value for some particular individual must be kept secret from people who have no direct access to the original data. Data publisher needs to prevent privacy disclosure which means someone can simply attack link the publish table T and at least know the individuals suffer from some kinds of privacy disease. This phenomenon is a kind of privacy disclosure in data mining set. Information disclosure is of three types: Identity Disclosure: An individual is linked to a particular record in the published data. Attribute Disclosure: Sensitive attribute information of an individual disclosed. Membership Disclosure: Information about whether an individual’s record is in the published data or not disclosed. They are to be generalized and the publishing data lost a lot of useful information. The kernel idea is to protect individual’s privacy as well as only the high sensitive tuples should be generalized with a satisfied parameter K. The other tuples should not be generalized and can be published directly. K-Anonymity is known as representative anonymization technique. To identify records uniquely, it

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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY AND CREATIVE ENGINEERING (ISSN:2045-8711) VOL.5 NO.10 OCTOBER 2015 considers quasi identifiers which can be used in conjunction with public records. Data publishers have to face problem when multiple sensitive attributes are present in records. The traditional KAnonymity method takes all tuples as sensitive. The new proposed method is called Novel Sensitive Class Based Anonymity Method (NSCBA). The method can classify the disease into two type high, low it depends upon the sensitive values. High Sensitive values: A set of sensitive attribute values H= {s1, s2…sn} that are highly sensitive like HIV, Cancer. Low Sensitive Values: A set of sensitive attribute values L= {s1, s2…sk) that are low sensitive like Flu, Viral infection. //** Novel SCBA Algorithm**// Input -Table T , set of Quazi identifier Q, Output-Anonymized table T* Step 1: Select Input table and Q is set of quazi-identifier … ... attributes Step 2: Select sensitive attribute S. Step 3: Classify sensitive values in two classes H and L. Step 4: Identify the Quazi attribute in high sensitive ……… .value. Step5:.. For each tuple whose sensitive value belongs ……… to set H i.e. if t[S] ∈H then move all these ……… .tuples to Table T1, and apply generalization ……… on Quazi attribute so that tuples get ……… anonymized. Step 6: If t[S] ∈L then move all these tuples to Table T2. Step 7: Append rows of table T1, T2. T*=T1+T2 which is table ready to release. Step 8: End process. The applying SCBA algorithm, Sensitive values HIV and Cancer are selected as High sensitive value and tuples belonging to those values are moved to Table and generalization is applied on quazi attributes Zip code, Age and Sex to anonymized those tuples. Sensitive values like Flu and Headache etc., are selected as Low sensitive values and they are stored and released as it is. The proposed system operates in five phases 1) Identify Key attribute: In the given dataset the proposed algorithm take a one tuple as key attribute using the key attribute that can be easily to find someone. First up all, algorithm finds key attribute for (example Name, country). 2) Identify Quazi-attribute: Second stage, algorithm can find out the quazi attribute like Name, Zip code, Sex. The quazi attribute is essential for making anonymization. 3) Identify Sensitive attribute: Sensitive attribute can be chosen randomly. In medical dataset selected diseases are the sensitive attribute. 4) Classification: Classification is applied the sensitive attribute that can classify the disease into two types high and low, it depends upon the sensitive values. 5) Anonymization: Anonymization includes two types of techniques such as suppression and generalization. Suppression is performed on quazi attributes are replaced by * (example name, address). Generalization is performed on quazi

attributes that are replaced by border gateway (example if age is 25 then replace by >20). Country Identify key attribute Age Collect data set

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Fig 4.1 process flow diagram for proposed NSCBA algorithm Algorithm For Hidden the Medical Data Using the suppression and generalization technique are used for hidden the original data into replace some values. In suppression method some attribute are replaced by *, then in generalization method the attributes are replaced by border gateway. The algorithm performs hiding the high sensitive attributes in database. The attributes of tables are classified into three classes. Algorithm identifies the unique attribute such as id, key value. Algorithm identifies the common attributes that are publicly available in all records as quazi attributes. Sensitive attributes are the attributes which are need to be protected.

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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY AND CREATIVE ENGINEERING (ISSN:2045-8711) VOL.5 NO.10 OCTOBER 2015 // **Algorithm for Hidden Medical Data**// Input- A data set D, quazi-identifier attributes Q, high …………sensitive attribute HS, Output- Releasing table d*. Step1: Create classification for the cluster k= Africa, ………. Australia, Russian, Indian, China, America. Step2: For each one clusters do step3-step 7 until last one. Step3:..Classify the high sensitive data and low ………...sensitive data. Step4: In high sensitive data select quazi attributes and ……… sensitive attributes. Step5: Hidden quazi attributes in records are using ………. (Gender, Zip code, Age) field are.stored. Step6:Display the low sensitive data without ……….anonymized. Step7: Repeat step5 until the last cluster. Step8: Stop the process. The selection of sensitive attributes is important because, there is a need to anonymized only the most sensitive data to avoid the overhead and to increase the data utility. After identifying all of the attributes, suppression is applied only to the key attribute. This algorithm suppression it makes with the help of special symbols, and generalization makes the border gateway of the attribute, to make the hidden in selective attribute to get anonymized. 5. EXPRIMENTAL RESULTS Medical database named SPARCS including about 10, 48,576 medical data form various countries is consider as dataset. The SPARCS is a comprehensive data reporting system established in 1979 as a result of cooperation between the Health Care Industry and Government. The medical data set, sub data set contains the 10, 48,576 record and 38 attributes. Preprocessing is applied the original dataset proposed method to get 30,000 records in 9 attributes for the proposed method. Preprocessing from data set can take six country namely Africa, India, Russian America, Australia, China. After proposed method classifies the country wise, each country is having 5000 records. In each and every country has a high and low sensitive disease. The research model classifies the disease depending up on the sensitive value .After that collected data goes to hidden the high sensitive quazi attributes. Table 5.1 Data set Information Data set SPARCS(medical data) No of records

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In data set each and every country has one key attribute, quazi attribute and sensitive attributes. The sensitive attributes are considered to classify the sensitive value. The following Fig 5.1&5.1.1 show 30,000 extracted data set information from the original data set.

Fig 5.1: Medical Data set 30,000 1st page view

Fig 5.1.1: Medical Data set last page view The above screen shows the data set for medical data available in excel format. The data set indicates the information about the various countries. Each country have unique table. Experiments are conducted using ASP.NET. Many different methods for measuring the performance of a system have been created and used by researcher. The proposed method is used for classification and clustering. The Encryption and Decryption are used in the anonymity methods like suppression and generalization. The first method classifies the each and every country. Finally, cluster for the similar objects are obtained and shown in fig 5.2&5.3.

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Fig 5.2: Data set import Fig 5.5: High sensitive data for Africa country Fig 5.6,Encode table is generated with the help of encryption fom for the above data set.

Fig 5.3: Classification data for Africa country In figure 5.4, the obtained low sensitve data for Africa are indicated.

Fig 5.6: Encode table for Africa Similarly, the coressponding Decode is performed on the data set and is presented in the fig 5.7.

Fig 5.4: Low sensitve data for Africa country Fig 5.7: Decode table for Africa 295


INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY AND CREATIVE ENGINEERING (ISSN:2045-8711) VOL.5 NO.10 OCTOBER 2015 The proposed evolution method consists of three stages. First classification is performed the country wise. The proposed algorithm classifies the country that has high sensitive and low sensitive data. The clustering algorithm is performed the group of similar objects. Similar objects contain the same cluster. High sensitive attributes are hidden the quazi attributes using suppression and generalization methods. The encryptions of those attribute can extract (or) decrypt the original attribute values. In each and every sensitive value depends upon the sensitive attributes. In India country, the proposed method can take zip code to find out which area is most affected in high sensitive diseases. Table 5.2 Classification for six countries Databa se size

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Fig 5.8: comparison search time The comparison for three searching methods is tested in successfully. Sequential search takes long time while compare to other two search methods. Binary search is reducing the time compare than the sequential search. Finally cluster search is taken a minimum time to search the data in data base. Cluster search gives better result which compared to sequential and binary search. The result is presented in the table 5.3 from fig 5.8; it is observed that the proposed cluster search ensures the research objectives. It is obvious observed that the proposed method compares the three Anonymity algorithm which one is best retrieval and hidden the medical records. Process time is calculated for hidden the quazi attributes in the medical data. Table 5.2 Time calculation for hidden the attributes Data base size

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Fig 5.9Time calculation for hidden attributes It is noted that there are three anonymity algorithm namely K-Anonymity, Association Rule Hiding and Novel Sensitivity Class Base Anonymity method. The above all three algorithms are anonymity methods. The both K-Anonymity and Association Rule Hiding methods can hide all sensitive records at the database. Those methods can provide information loss and unsecured records. In NSCBA methods to hide the high sensitive data like Hiv, Cancer relevant quazi attributes are hidden using suppression and generalization. These methods can provide minimum information loss and utility of data is high and also can reduce the storage size. Comparison of those three algorithms for NSCBA gives better hidden time for the above algorithms.

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6. CONCLUSION K-Anonymity protects against the identity disclosure, it does not provide protection against homogeneity attack and background knowledge attack. As concluding remark, there are main issues or threats in traditional K-Anonymity privacy preserving algorithms. In existing algorithm consider all of sensitive attribute values at same level and apply generalization on all, this leads to some issues like, Information Loss, Data Utility and Privacy. The newly presented research proposed method Anonymity method in this paper rectified these issues based on classification sensitive attribute by which information is reduced. This paper presented a new K-Anonymity model based on sensitive attributes, by which information loss is reduced. Only sensitive attributes are anonymized by this method, so data utility is increased. Excessive generalization and suppression leads to the reduction of data utility and more information loss of publishing data. This is a secure algorithm to maintain usability and privacy of data sets. The proposed model can be extended for the following research domain  Cloud Storage  Large volume data such as telephone directory, internet Email user.  With the help of fuzzy logic, this work may be modified for automatic systems. 7. REFERENCES [1] Jisha Jose Panackal and AnithaS.Pillai, "Privacy Preserving Data Mining an Extensive Survey", Association of Computer Electronics and Electrical Engineers,pp.297-304,2013. [2] Seema Kedar,Sneha Dawdle and WankhadeVaibhav," Privacy Preserving Data Mining", International Journal of Advanced Researching Computer and Communication Engineering Vol.2, Issue 4, pp.16771680 , April 2013. [3] N. Li, T. Li, S. Venkatasubramanian. t-.Closeness: Privacy Beyond k-Anonymity and l-Diversity. ICDE 2007:106-115. [4] Samarati. Protecting respondents‟ identities .in micro data...release. IEEE Transactions on .Knowledge and Data Engineering, (6):10101027.2001. [5] A.Machanavajjhala,J.Gehrke,Kifer,.M.Venkitasubram aniam,“l-Diversity: Privacy beyond k-anonymity” In: Proceedings of the IEEE ICDE 2006. [6] K.LeFevre, D.DeWitt, R.Ramakrishnan. Incognito: Efficient full domain k-anonymity Proceedings of the ACM SIGMOD International Conference on Management of Data Baltimore Maryland ,2005:4960. [7] R.Wong, J.Li, A. Fu, K. Wang. (α, k)-anonymity: an enhanced ..k-anonymity model For privacy preserving data publishing .KDD 2006:754-759. [8] B.Fung, K. Wang, P. Yu. Top-down ..specialization for information Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE05), pp:205-216. [9] R.Bayardo and R. Agrawal. Data privacy through optimal k-anonymity. In. Proceedings of the 21st International conference on Data Engineering 297

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A Novel Technique for Image Recognition and Retrieval with Binary Pattern Using Support Vector Machine Dr.S.Prasath Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science, Erode Arts & Science College (Autonomous), Erode, Tamil Nadu, India. Email: softprasaths@gmail.com M.Yasothai Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Applications Navarasam Arts & Science College for Women Erode, Tamil Nadu, India Email: yashooraj@ymail.com Abstract— Today, data mining involves into various fields, but till it is struggling in recognition issues. Recognition and retrieval developed into a very active research area specializing on how to extract and recognize within images. The recognition and retrieval is a widely used biometric application for security and identification concern. The various methods have been proposed for recognition and each method has advantages and drawbacks. The complexities in process will affects performance of existing system makes insufficient. In this paper presents recognition and retrieval with geometrical feature vector to calculate the threshold value separately and stored in feature database. The feature is generated and matching is done by Support Vector Machine (SVM) distance classification is used to measure a distance between two images. The experimental result shows that CMBLP method provides better recognition rate when compared with the existing methods such as Local Binary Pattern, Local Directional Pattern Method. Keywords—LBP, LDP, CMBLP, GFE, Biometric, SVM.

1. INTRODUCTION Data mining fixates on the computerized revelation of new actualities and connections in officially existing information. The different methods of information mining incorporate affiliation, relapse, forecast, bunching and characterization. Bunching is the division of information into gatherings of comparative articles. Cluster is a case of unsupervised learning as it learns by perception. Classify is a data mining capacity that function that assigns items in a collection to target classifications or classes. Data mining is the procedure of programmed grouping of cases taking into account information examples acquired from a dataset. Various calculations have been produced and actualized to concentrate data and find information designs that may be valuable for choice backing. 2. RELATED WORKS BTC [1] proposed approach for image classification strategies with diverse shade areas. Average color areas had been explored which incorporates RGB coloration space for making use of BTC to the feature vector in content material based image type strategies. The common success fee of

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sophistication dedication for every of the shade areas has been computed. Young H. Kwon et al. [2] presented visualized classification from facial photos and the number one capabilities of the face are computed the usage of ratios to pick out young adults, and many others. The secondary function evaluation the wrinkle index computation is used to differentiate seniors from teens and babies. The multiresolution approach [3] are gray-scale and rotation invariant texture classification based on local binary patterns and nonparametric discrimination of sample and prototype distributions. The method is based on recognizing that certain local binary patterns, termed uniform. An efficient method [4] for a Multi-scale Block local Binary pattern (MB-LBP) is primarily based operator for robust picture illustration. The local Binary pattern (LBP) has been proved to be elective for picture illustration, but it's far too local to be sturdy. The Multi-scale Block nearby Binary styles (MB-LBP) uses sub-location common grey-values for contrast rather than unmarried pixels. Huang et al. [5] commented that LBP can only reflect the first derivation information of images, and cannot represent the velocity of local variations. So they proposed an extended LBP by applying the LBP operators to both the gradient magnitude image and the original image. Jin et al. [6] pointed out that LBP could miss the local structure information under some circumstances. One of the variations of this original LBP code is known as uniform pattern. This uniform pattern introduced from the observation of Ojala et al. [7] Sun et al. [8] used variant of LBP patterns which have at most two transitions for their gender classification task using FERET database. This variant of LBP is still sensitive to random noise and non monotonic illumination variation. Zheng et al., [9] proposed a hybrid edge detector with the combination of gradient and zero-crossing based on Least Square Support Vector Machine (LS-SVM) with the Gaussian filter. It is reported that it takes lesser time than the Canny’s detector with similar performance on edge extraction. In the earlier works, the threshold is chosen on heuristic basis for edge detection. Even in the Canny’s edge detector the default value of the upper limit is suggested to be 75th percentile of the gradient strength.


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 3. METHODOLOGY The image processing includes several image-processing techniques such as filtering, feature extraction and classification of image. 3.1 LOCAL BINARY PATTERN (LBP) Texture is a term that characterizes the contextual property of an image. A texture descriptor can characterize an image as a whole alternatively it can also characterize an image locally at the micro level and by global texture description at the macro level. LBP method is used to label every pixel in the image by thresholding the eight neighbors of the pixel with the center pixel value. If a neighbor pixel value is less than the threshold then a value of 0 is assigned otherwise it is 1. 3.2 LOCAL DIRECTIONAL PATTERN (LDP) LBP operator tries to encode the micro-level information of edges, spots and other local features in an image using information of intensity changes around pixels. Some researches have replaced the intensity value at a pixel position with its gradient magnitude and calculated the LBP code trivially by following the same approach as that of intensity value. A LDP code which computes the edge response values in different directions and encodes the texture. Local Directional Pattern (LDP) is an eight bit binary code assigned to each pixel of an input image 3.3 EDGE DETECTION Point and line detections are important in image segmentation. Edge detection is far most common approach for detecting many discontinuities in intensity values. Canny edge detection finds edge by looking for local maxima of the gradient of f(x, y). The gradient is calculated using the Directionals of Gaussian filter. The method uses two thresholds to detect strong and weak edges and includes the weak edges in the output only if they are connected to strong edges, i.e., to detect true weak edges.



Input Image

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Classification

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4. FEATURE EXTRACTION The features are located to compute the feature vector for classification. Here four feature vectors are calculated for geometrical image feature extraction. The Feature vector of face is rotated in depth and measure needs to be adopted to compensate for rotation, before the feature sets are computed. Feature vector 1, Feature vector 2, Feature vector 3 and Feature vector 4 is computed. 5. ALGORITHM The process of the images takes place in two phases and defined as algorithm I. ALGORITHM I // generating feature sets // Input : Input image of size (M x N) from IDB. Output : Feature database. Begin Step 1 : Read an image from the image database (IDB) of size. Step 2 : Partitioning the input image into k non-overlapped blocks. Step 3 : Procedure edge_orientation ( ) Step 4 : Perform procedure_ threshold ( ) Step 5 : Repeat Step 3 through Step 4 for all blocks of the input image. Step 6 : Generate feature set Fv={Fv1,Fv2,Fv3,Fv4} as calculated. Step 7 : Store the feature vector into the feature database Step 8 : Repeat Step 1 through Step 7 for all the images in IDB. End

 ALGORITHM II //Retrieve top m relevant images corresponding to the target image // Input : Target Image (Ti) of size (M x N) and images from IDB Output : List the top m relevant images corresponding to the target image. Begin Step 1: Read the Target image. Step 2: Partitioning the Target image by k non-overlapped blocks of size . Step 3: Procedure edge_orientation ( ) Step 4 : Perform procedure_ threshold ( ) Step 5: Repeat Step 3 through Step 4 for all blocks of the target image Step 6: Generate feature set Fv= {Fv1, Fv2, Fv3, Fv4} as mentioned. Step7: Perform procedure SVM_ dist ( ) { Compute the distance measures for number of images from IDB with the target image using the equation 5.1. } Step8: Retrieve the top m relevant images from the image database. End

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 Procedure _ threshold ( ) { Step 1: input M, N //size of input image Step 2: Read the image with even row and column Step 3: Convert gray scale values into matrix format. Step 4: Apply sorting method for an array by using step 3. Step 5: To find out the middle gray scale values of lower range and upper range. Step 6: To find out the average value of middle gray scale values and take whole number in sorted array and also known as threshold value. Step 7: Convert binary matrix by using threshold value. Step 8: Repeat step 3 to step 7 for all images in the database. Step 9 : Return }

7. CONCLUSION In this paper, the image recognition and retrieval with geometrical feature extraction images based on LBP, LDP models has been presented. The experimental result proves the effectiveness of the EDGE methods provides good recognition rate when compared to existing methods. The performances of EDGE method when compared to existing methods such as Local Binary Pattern and Local Directional Pattern methods are investigated independently. The EDGE method produces better results with 92.44% accuracy compared with existing methods gives 91.29% accuracy for Local Binary Pattern and Local Directional Pattern with 90.53%. The computational cost of the algorithm is very low also used for recognition and retrieval.

[1] Procedure edge_orientation ( ) { Step1: Divide the edge map of the input image into k blocks of size Step2: for i= 1 to k for all k blocks { Accumulate 3-D edge orientation histogram by considering the Center pixel position of block { for j=1 to 4 Accumulate 1-D orientation histogram by considering the center pixel position of block. } } Step 3: Establish the feature set of the input image with the histogram sequences of edge orientation. }

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6. EXPERIMENTATION AND RESULTS The proposed feature extraction is experimented with the images collected from the standard database consisting of 1000 images and generated feature vector images considered for this experiment are of the size ( m x n). From the below Table.1 shows that recognition percentage of images EDGE gives the experimental results the EDGE produces higher recognition accuracy of 92.44% for image recognition. It shows the selected image from the database. The performance was evaluated using the SVM classification by analysis of the values in the table the EDGE method is better for recognition and retrieval of images. Table.1 Comparison Values Methods

Percentage in recognition

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91.29%

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90.53%

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92.44%

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