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This paper presents image recognition for Buddha image classification. The algorithm applies Scale Invariant Feature Transform (SIFT) and Scalable Vocabulary Trees (SVT) to classify images of Buddha Image into seven classes; Phra Buddha Chinarat class, Somdet Nang PhayaRuankaew class Phra At Tharot class, Luangpho Tong Lhaima class, Phra Sri Satsada class, Luangpho Dam class and Phra Sam Phinong class. The data set of 860 images are used in the experiment, the training set consist of 90% of total images of each class (777 images) and the testing set consist of 10% of total images of each 46 class (83 images). The proposed Buddha Image recognition algorithm using SIFT and SVT yield 90.6 % 47 of accuracy.
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