|Title:||User interface based on textile image retrieval system|
|Subject:||User interfaces (Computer systems)|
Textile fabrics -- Interactive multimedia.
Hong Kong Polytechnic University -- Dissertations
|Department:||Department of Computing|
|Pages:||viii, 45 leaves : ill. ; 30 cm.|
|Abstract:||This report provides a comparison between methods for the analysis of the yarn density from textile images and the design of different user-interfaces for the textile analytic module which will be plugged into our textile image retrieval system. Our image retrieval system project started two years ago, and functions like color and texture feature extraction, data indexing, and querying in the database have been implemented. As our system's experimental subject is textile image, we want to research deeper on how to extract some particular features of textile image. Yarn density, which mean the warp and weft count per inch of one textile, is one important parameter of textile reference. We set up a method to get the yarn density from one piece of textile image. We want to design an efficient system to improve textile factory production lines, so the most user-friendly of our system is a basic design principle for us. In this report, different version of user interfaces are illustrated and finally a clean and simple user interface is derived.|
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