In last two decades, image retrieval has seen a growth of interests in several domains. As a result, a lot of work has been done in order to integrate it in the standard data processing environments (Rui, Huang, & Chang, 1999; Smeulders, Gevers, & Kersten, 1998; Yoshitaka & Ichikawa, 1999). To retrieve images, different methods have been proposed in the literature (Chang & Jungert, 1997; Guttman, 1984; Lin, Jagadish, & Faloutsos, 1994). These methods can be grouped into two major approaches: metadata-based and content-based approaches. The metadata-based approach uses alphanumeric attributes and traditional techniques to describe the context and/or the content of the image such as title, author name, date, and so on. The content-based approach uses image processing algorithms to extract low-level features of images such as colors, textures, and shapes. Image retrieval using these features is done by methods of similarity and hence is a non-exact matching.