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From: Anindya Jyoti Roy <anindyar(at)iitk(dot)ac(dot)in>
To: pgsql-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: GSoC
Date: 2010-03-29 20:03:59
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I have some idea of implementing am image database system, which will 
let you search against the image and fingerprint:

The idea crudely is the following:

I want to implement a image database system: This will have the 
following quality:
1> will store image along with the other attributes
2> the database search engine will be able to search for image also
3> it will list the matching images in the order of degree of match.
4> in this matching system I will likely use the system of dividing the 
image into important parts and match them.
5> The database will also contain fingerprints, that may  be the primary 
6> it will match the finger prints on the basis of the nodes and then 
making a bitmap of it and using the coordinates with some error it will 
match them
7> to include some accuracy in case of the angle of picture in case of 
search of equality we will introduce some logical amount of error.
8> this project can be coded by me as I have some previous experience in 
this type of project.
9> this will make a definitly good search engine as well as innovative 
and uncommon.

About me:

I am Sophomore of Indian Institute of Technology, kanpur in CSE BTech. I 
have a good academic record till date and a keen interest on Data Mining 
and Machine language as well as Image processing. I am attaching my 
resume in short form with this mail hoping it may help you to judge my 
credibility. I am strong in Coding and Maths and able to solve problems 
within given timeline.

I can give a more detail explanation of my project. But I just wanted to 
give an outline here.

Let me know the feedback.
Thanks for your time,

Your faithfully,

     Anindya Jyoti Roy
     CSE Bteck
     IIT Kanpur


  • Re: GSoC at 2010-03-29 23:08:23 from Robert Haas
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