IMPORTANT! - Students must register on the class forum - http://interactive.liacs.nl
- (1) Register yourself on the forum;
- (2) Join the Multimedia Information Retrieval 2010 Course
- Contact Bart Thomee, firstname.lastname@example.org about any problems
Joint Leiden University & TU Delft BioInformatics Course (IN4174)
Period: 2 Feb - 27 April, 2010
Time: 15:45 - 17:30
Place: Rm. 174
Dr. Michael S. Lew, (Lecturer) email: email@example.com (Email to make an appointment)
Bart Thomee, (Teaching Assistant),
For questions, contact Bart Thomee
Extending beyond the borders of culture, art, and science, the search for digital information is one of the major challenges of our time. Digital libraries, bio-computing & medical science, the Internet, streaming video, databases, cultural heritage collections and peer-2-peer networks have created a worldwide need for new paradigms and techiques on how to browse, search, and summarize multimedia collections.
This course focusses on the area of searching and retrieving multimedia information from digital databases and collections. Examples of multimedia would be X-Ray and MRI scans, general photos, and video.
Requirements: Willingness to learn or already know C, C++ programming languages
(Class participation is part of the grading. As this is a seminar, attendance is mandatory)
- 6 EC for
Leiden University Students (presentation and software project)
- 3 EC for TU Delft Students (presentation only); It is possible for Delft students to do the project also.
The class project information has been posted on the MIR forum
Recommended Reading: Principles of Visual Information Retrieval, M. S. Lew, Springer, 2001, ISBN: 978-1-85233-381-2
Suggestions for class presentations
- Introduce the problem and main idea - Explain the motivation for
- Cover the main points of the algorithm
- Make sure you have a slide which clearly states the main contribution of the paper at the end
- There should be a little humor in the presentation to make it interesting for the audience
Class 1: 2 Feb - Introduction to Multimedia Information Retrieval
Class 2: 9 Feb - Content Based Retrieval: Color, Texture, and Shape Analysis - Notes
Class 3: 16 Feb - Content Based Retrieval: Similarity and Classification - Notes
Class 4: 23 Feb - Advanced Methods Lecture - Notes
If you are taking this course and your name is not listed below, contact Bart, firstname.lastname@example.org immediately.
-> Paper/Presentation Assignments are listed below
-> Papers in PDF can be downloaded from http://press.liacs.nl/students.mir/
-> For each paper, the presenter's name is first and the Questioners are listed at the end.
-> Presenter's should prepare a 20 minute Powerpoint presentation, which must be posted on the MIR 2010 forum
-> Questioners must ask at least 3 questions each.
-> All students are encouraged to also ask questions.
Class 6: 9 March - Student Presentations - Session 2 (presentations
Nobakht - A Framework for Classifier Adaptation and its Applications in Concept Detection - Q: Luiten, Ji
Gritsenko - Unsupervised Modeling and Recognition of Object Categories - Q: Dippel, Smit
Class 7: 16 March - Student Presentations - Session 3 (presentations
Smit - Collaborative Learning for Image and Video Annotation - Q: Luiten, Ji
Zwet - Large Scale Content Based Audio Retrieval from Text Queries - Q: Dippel, Nobakht