Michael Mlivoncic

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Nowadays, digital libraries are inherently dispersed over several peers of a steadily increasing network. Dedicated peers may provide specialized, computationally expensive services such as image similarity search. Usually, the peers of such a network are uncoordinated in the sense that their content and services are not linked together. Nevertheless ,(More)
Complex similarity queries, i.e., multi-feature multi-object queries, are needed to express the information need of a user against a large multi-media repository. Even if a user initially issues a single-object query over one feature, a system with relevance feedback will automatically generate a complex similarity query. Relevance feedback is only useful(More)
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