PARTICLE HYBRIDIZED SEALION OPTIMIZATION ALGORITHM (PHSLA) - A NOVEL OBJECT DETECTION METHOD
Assistive innovation empowers individuals to accomplish autonomy while performing household tasks, and it improves their overall quality of life as well. The purpose of this research is to propose model for object detection in an indoor environment for visually challenged persons. Initially, the input image from real-world scenario is subjected to pre-processing via wiener filtering. Subsequently, segmentation is carried out by the novel proposed Multi-Kernel K-means clustering model and SURF, SIFT, Shape based features via canny edges & Gradient features via HOG were extracted from segmented source. The optimal features are selected from extracted features by a new hybrid algorithm referred as Particle Hybridized SeaLion Optimization Algorithm (PHSLA) and selected optimal features are classified using Optimized Convolutional Neural Network (OCNN) for detecting the object. Final Comparative study is carried out between the proposed hybrid model and existing work. It was observed that CNN and PHSLA revived 98% accuracy in classification of real time objects.
Object Detection; Visually Challenged (VC); Multi-Kernal K-means; SIFT; SURF; PHSLA; OCNN.