6 edition of Multimedia Systems and Content-Based Image Retrieval found in the catalog.
October 2, 2003
by Information Science Publishing
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||406|
Fundamentals of Content-Based Image and Video Retrieval Designing a Content-Based Image Retrieval System Designing a Content-Based Video Retrieval System A Survey of Content-Based Image Retrieval Systems / Remco C. Veltkamp and Mirela Tanase Case Study: MUSE. Series Title: Multimedia systems and applications series, Web readings. Wikipedia: Content-based image retrieval; Image processing and image retrieval systems (blog); James Z. Wang research group; Books  “Perspectives on content-based multimedia systems” / Jian-Kang Wu, Mohan S. Kankanhalli, Joo-Hwee Lim  “Principles of visual information retrieval” / Michael S. Lew  “State-of-the-art in content-based image .
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Images and video are emerging as significant data types in multimedia systems. And yet, most commercial systems are still text and keyword based and do not fully exploit the image content of these systems. We believe that there is an opportunity to build a novel interactive multimedia system for some specific applications in electronic commerce. Content-Based Image Retrieval (CBIR) is an active area of research since the past decade. image retrieval systems used text-based search since the images are required to be annotated and indexed accordingly. However, with the substantial increase of the size of images as well as the size of image database, the task of text-based annotation.
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Content-Based Image and Video Retrieval (Multimedia Systems and Applications Book 21) - Kindle edition by Marques, Oge, Furht, Borko. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Content-Based Image and Video Retrieval (Multimedia Systems and Applications Book Price: $ Multimedia systems and content-based image retrieval are very important areas of research in computer technology.
Numerous research works are being done in these fields at present. These two areas are changing our life-styles because they together cover creation, maintenance, accessing and retrieval of video, audio, image, textual and graphic by: Content-based image retrieval, also known as query by image content and content-based visual information retrieval (CBVIR), is the application of computer vision techniques to the image retrieval problem, that is, the problem of searching for digital images in large databases (see this survey for a recent scientific overview of the CBIR field).
Content-based image retrieval. A content-based image retrieval (CBIR) system is required to effectively and efficiently use information from these image repositories.
Such a system helps users (even those unfamiliar with the database) retrieve relevant images based on their contents.
Application areas in which CBIR is a principal activity are numerous and by: Content-based image retrieval is currently a very important area of research in the area of multimedia databases. Plenty of research work has been undertaken to design efficient image retrieval.
The book provides an overview of the state of the art in content-based image and video retrieval. The topics covered by the chapters are integrated system aspects, as well as techniques from image processing, computer vision, multimedia, databases, graphics, signal processing, and information theory.
Hongjiang Zhang, in Readings in Multimedia Computing and Networking, BROWSING, LEARNING, AND FEEDBACK. As discussed earlier, content-based image retrieval is like an information filtering process. A good filter should provide a high percentage of relevant candidates for the user to examine after a query is submitted.
To achieve content-based image indexing and retrieval, there are have been active research efforts in develop techniques to utilize visual features.
On the other hand, without an effective indexing scheme, any visual content based image retrieval approach will lose its effectiveness as the number of features increases. His main research interests include multimedia big data, content-based image/video retrieval, multimedia data mining, multimedia systems, and Disaster Information Management.
Chen has authored and coauthored more than research papers in journals, refereed conference/symposium/workshop proceedings, book chapters, and four books.
An image retrieval system is a computer system for browsing, searching and retrieving images from a large database of digital images. Most traditional and common methods of image retrieval utilize some method of adding metadata such as captioning, keywords, title or descriptions to the images so that retrieval can be performed over the annotation words.
Furht B., Smoliar S.W., Zhang H. () Content-Based Image Retrieval. In: Video and Image Processing in Multimedia Systems. The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science (Multimedia Systems and Applications), vol Multimedia systems and content-based image retrieval are important areas of research in computer technology.
Numerous research works are being done in these fields at present. These two areas are changing our life-styles because they together cover creation, maintenance, accessing and retrieval of video, audio, image, textual and graphic data.
User Review - Flag as inappropriate The content of the book is good, but i feel there is some lack of information in current research topic in medical content based image retrieval. it is better to have some advanced retrieval algorithm in medical images.
apart from that, the other information which will help the beginners more to learn about general content based image retrieval /5(2). In this work, we present a new freely-available large-scale dataset for evaluation of content-based image retrieval systems.
The dataset consists of 20 million high-quality images with five visual descriptors and rich and systematic textual annotations, a set of test query objects and a semi-automatically collected ground truth data.
Systems that provide all or part of the above functionalities are multimedia retrieval systems. The Google image search engine is a typical example of such a system. A video-on-demand site that allows people to search movies by their titles is another example.
Learn more in: Multimedia Information Retrieval at a Crossroad. An image retrieval system allows the user to find images that have some logical connection to a set of query parameters such as keywords, captions, or the in the case of content-based image.
Fig. 1: A typical Content Based Image Retrieval System. 3 TYPES OF CBIR BASED IMAGE RETRIEVAL. Region-Based. The Netra and Blobworld are two earlier region based image retrieval systems .
During retrieval, a user is provied with d segmented regions of the query image, and is required to as. A content-based image retrieval (CBIR) system is required to effectively and efficiently use information from these image repositories.
Such a system helps users (even those unfamiliar with the database) retrieve relevant images based on their contents. Application areas in which CBIR is a principal activity are numerous and diverse. Retrieval of multimedia data is different from retrieval of structured data.
A key problem in multimedia databases is search, and the proposed solutions to the problem of multimedia information retrieval span a rather wide spectrum of topics outside the traditional database area, ranging from information retrieval and human–computer interaction to computer vision and. Deb Sagarmay is the author of Multimedia Systems and Content Based Image Retrieval ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published )3/5(1).
“Interactive search in image retrieval: a survey.” International Journal of Multimedia Information Retrieval 1 (2): 71– Venters, Colin C., et al. “Mind the gap: Content-Based Image Retrieval and the user interface.” In Multimedia systems and Content-Based Image Retrieval, ed.
by S. Deb, – Hershey: Idea Group.An Introduction to multimedia systems and content-based image retrieval --Multimedia structures and security --Multimedia access and feature extraction techniques --Multimedia content analyses --Multimedia indexing techniques --Content-based and semantic search and retrieval methods --Dynamic user interface.
Responsibility: Sagarmay Deb, [editor].The text discusses underlying techniques and common approaches to facilitate multimedia search engines from metadata driven retrieval, via piggy-back text retrieval where automated processes create text surrogates for multimedia, automated image annotation and content-based retrieval.