Jean-Pierre Schober

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The main disadvantage of image retrieval systems is their lack of domain knowledge. Therefore a retrieval system has to focus on primitive features, as Eakins and Graham name them [3]. Due to the lack of background knowledge of the domain, the retrieval error rate is usually dissat-isfying or the search options are limited to syntactic queries.(More)
Large amount of images need an efficient way of retrieving them. The usual approach of manually annotating images and/or providing a syntactic retrieval capability lacks flexibility and comfort. The automatic annotation of images is a main target of the image retrieval community. These so called content−based image retrieval (CBIR) systems focus on(More)
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