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Bridging the semantic gap in multimedia information retrieval: top-down and bottom-up approaches

By J.S. Hare, P.A.S. Sinclair, P.H. Lewis, K. Martinez, P.G.B. Enser and C.J. Sandom

Abstract

Semantic representation of multimedia information is vital for enabling the kind of multimedia search capabilities that professional searchers require. Manual annotation is often not possible because of the shear scale of the multimedia information that needs indexing. This paper explores the ways in which we are using both top-down, ontologically driven approaches and bottom-up, automatic-annotation approaches to provide retrieval facilities to users. We also discuss many of the current techniques that we are investigating to combine these top-down and bottom-up approaches

Topics: P100 Information Services
Year: 2006
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.brighton.ac.uk:3344

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