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Multimedia Database Retrieval: A Human-Centered Approach presents the latest development in user-centered methods and the state-of-the-art in visual media retrieval. It includes discussion on perceptually inspired non-linear paradigm in user-controlled interactive retrieval (UCIR) systems. It also features a coherent approach which focuses on specific topics within content/concept-based retrievals via audio-visual information modeling of multimedia. Highlights include: * Exploring an adaptive machine that can learn from its environment * Optimizing the learning system by incorporating self-organizing adaptation into the retrieval process * Demonstrating state-of-the-art applications within small, medium, and large databases The authors also include applications related to Digital Asset Management (DAM), Computer Aided Referral (CAR) System, Geographical Database Retrieval, retrieval of Art Documents, and Films and Video Retrieval. Multimedia Database Retrieval: A Human-Centered Approach presents the fundamental and advanced aspects of these topics, as well as the philosophical directions in the field. The methods detailed in this book possess broad applications which will advance the technology in this fast developing topical area.
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