13.1 Filter Menu
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13.1 Filter Menu 
13.2 Filter API 
13.3 N-Signature 
13.4 N:N Design 
13.5 N:N Implementation 
13.6 1:N Design 
13.7 1:N Implementation 
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13.1   Unsupervised Filter Menu

Figure 13.2  Newly Captured Image.

First of all, we will create the menu and menu items shown in Figure 13.1.

The data used is shown in Figure 13.2. The matching problem is: assuming we have a newly captured image in Figure 13.2, let us match it against the existing master library and see if there is a match. There are 304 images in 152 pairs. The data is stored at .\ex_label\ folder.

 

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