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System for Trademark Archival and Retrieval

Part of the The Information Retrieval Series book series (INRE, volume 9)

11.7 Conclusions

We have presented a trademark archival and registration system STAR in this chapter. It was developed using our content-based retrieval engine CORE. We have tackled difficult issues for conflicting trademark retrieval, namely, searching multi-lingual word-in-mark and diverse trademark images. We have developed special similarity measures for word-in-mark, fuzzy thesarus to search trademark image by meaning match, and three feature extraction methods and learning method to fuse these feature measures for searching trademark images by shape. Our experimental results have shown the effectiveness of these techniques.

Keywords

Color Space Feature Measure Feature Extraction Method Moment Invariant Fourier Descriptor 
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