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Image retrieval: Ideas, influences, and trends of the new age

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R Datta, D Joshi, J Li, JZ Wang - 2008 - portal.acm.org
We have witnessed great interest and a wealth of promise in content-based image retrieval as
an emerging technology. While the last decade laid foundation to such promise, it also paved
the way for a large number of new techniques and systems, got many new people ...
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Content-based multimedia information retrieval: State of the art and challenges

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MS Lew, N Sebe, C Djeraba, R Jain - ACM Transactions on …, 2006 - portal.acm.org
1. INTRODUCTION Multimedia information retrieval (MIR) is about the search for knowledge
in all its forms, everywhere. Indeed, what good is all the knowledge in the world if it is not possible
to find anything? This sentiment is mirrored as an ACM SIGMM grand challenge [Rowe ...
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Content-based image retrieval: approaches and trends of the new age

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R Datta, J Li, JZ Wang - Proceedings of the 7th ACM SIGMM …, 2005 - portal.acm.org
The last decade has witnessed great interest in research on content-based image retrieval. This
has paved the way for a large number of new techniques and systems, and a growing interest
in associated fields to support such systems. Likewise, digital imagery has expanded its ...
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Evaluation of salient point techniques

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N Sebe, Q Tian, E Loupias, MS Lew, TS … - Image and Vision …, 2003 - Elsevier
In image retrieval, global features related to color or texture are commonly used to describe the
image content. The problem with this approach is that these global features cannot capture all
parts of the image having different characteristics. Therefore, local computation of image ...
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Comparing salient point detectors

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N Sebe, MS Lew - Pattern recognition letters, 2003 - Elsevier
The use of salient points in content-based retrieval allows an image index to represent local
properties of the image. Classic corner detectors can also be used for this purpose but they have
drawbacks when are applied to various natural images mainly because visual features do ...
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Color active shape models for tracking non-rigid objects

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A Koschan, S Kang, J Paik, B Abidi, M Abidi - Pattern Recognition Letters, 2003 - Elsevier
The problem of tracking people and recognizing their actions in video sequences is of increasing
importance to many applications (Haritaoglu et al., 2000; McKenna et al., 1999; Plänkers and
Fua, 2001). Examples include video surveillance, human computer interaction, and ...
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Focus-of-attention from local color symmetries

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G Heidemann - IEEE transactions on pattern analysis …, 2004 - doi.ieeecomputersociety.org
Abstract—In this paper, a continuous valued measure for local color symmetry is introduced.
The new algorithm is an extension of the successful gray value-based symmetry map proposed
by Reisfeld et al. The use of color facilitates the detection of focus points (FPs) on objects ...
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Constraint based region matching for image retrieval

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T Wang, Y Rui, JG Sun - International Journal of Computer Vision, 2004 - Springer
Page 1. International Journal of Computer Vision 56(1/2), 37–45, 2004 c© 2004 Kluwer
Academic Publishers. Manufactured in The Netherlands. Constraint Based Region
Matching for Image Retrieval TAO WANG ∗ Department ...
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Localized content based image retrieval

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R Rahmani, SA Goldman, H Zhang, J … - Proceedings of the 7th …, 2005 - portal.acm.org
ABSTRACT Classic Content-Based Image Retrieval (CBIR) takes a sin- gle non-annotated query
image, and retrieves similar images from an image repository. Such a search must rely upon
a holistic (or global) view of the image. Yet often the desired content of an image is not ...
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[PDF] Combining color and shape information for illumination-viewpoint invariant …

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A Diplaros, T Gevers, I Patras - IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, 2006 - Citeseer
In this paper, we propose a new scheme that merges color and shape invariant information for
object recognition. To obtain robustness against photometric changes, color invariant derivatives
are computed first. Color invariance is an important aspect of any object recognition ...
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[BOOK] Exploration of visual data

XS Zhou, Y Rui, TS Huang - 2003 - books.google.com
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Assinippi Park Norwell, Massachusetts 02061 USA Telephone (781)871-6600 Fax
(781)681-9045 E-Mail: kluwer@wkap.com Distributors for all other countries: Kluwer ...
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[PDF] Video object tracking based on extended active shape models with color …

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A Koschan, SK Kang, JK Paik, BR Abidi, MA … - Proc. 1st Europ. Conf. on …, 2002 - Citeseer
Tracking and recognizing non-rigid objects in video image sequences are complex tasks of increa
sing importance to many applications. For the tracking of such objects in a video sequence eg
"active shape models" can be applied. The existing active shape models are usually ...
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Local image representations using pruned salient points with applications to CBIR

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H Zhang, R Rahmani, SR Cholleti, SA … - Proceedings of the 14th …, 2006 - portal.acm.org
ABSTRACT Salient points are locations in an image where there is a significant variation with
respect to a chosen image feature. Since the set of salient points in an image capture impor-
tant local characteristics of that image, they can form the basis of a good image ...
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Combining spatial and colour information for content based image retrieval

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G Heidemann - Computer Vision and Image Understanding, 2004 - Elsevier
Colour is one of the most important features in content based image retrieval. However, colour
is rarely used as a feature that codes local spatial information, except for colour texture. This
paper presents an approach to represent spatial colour distributions using local principal ...
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Unsupervised image categorization

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G Heidemann - Image and Vision Computing, 2005 - Elsevier
Large image collections require efficient organization and visualization. This paper describes
an approach to establish image categories automatically by unsupervised learning. The method
works free of context and previous knowledge: in a first stage, features are formed ...
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Integrated color, texture and shape information for content-based image retrieval

RS Choraś, T Andrysiak, M Choraś - Pattern Analysis & Applications, 2007 - Springer
Abstract Feature extraction and the use of the features as query terms are crucial problems in
content-based image retrieval (CBIR) systems. The main focus in this paper is on integrated
color, texture and shape extraction methods for CBIR. We have developed original CBIR ...
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Video content representation as salient regions of activity

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N Moenne-Loccoz, E Bruno, S Marchand- … - Lecture notes in computer …, 2004 - Springer
Abstract. In this paper, we present a generic and robust representation of video shots content
expressed in terms of salient regions of activity. The proposed approach is based on salient points
of the image space, thus minimizing the computational effort. Salient points are extracted ...
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[PDF] Enhancing capabilities of texture extraction for color image retrieval

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P Janney, G Sridhar, V Sridhar - Proceedings of World Enformatika …, 2005 - Citeseer
I. I NTRODUCTION DVENT of internet has created a information super high way through which
a vast amount of data is available to the end user. Exponential development in the field of image
acquisition (eg digital cameras, etc) has made way for creation of digital libraries and ...
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NPIC: Hierarchical synthetic image classification using image search and generic …

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F Wang, M Kan - Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2006 - Springer
Abstract. We introduce NPIC, an image classification system that focuses on synthetic (eg,
non-photographic) images. We use class-specific keywords in an image search engine to create
a noisily labeled training corpus of images for each class. NPIC then extracts both content- ...
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[PDF] Color-shape context for object recognition

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A Diplaros, T Gevers, I Patras - IEEE Workshop on Color and Photometric …, 2003 - Citeseer
A BSTRACT We propose a new image feature that merges color and shape information. This
global feature, which we call color shape context, is a histogram that combines the spatial
(shape) and color information of the image in one compact represen- tation. This ...
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