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In this paper, we address the problem of no-reference quality assessment for digital pictures corrupted with blur. We start with the generation of a large real image database containing pictures taken by human users in a variety of situations, and the conduction of subjective tests to generate the ground truth associated to those images. Based upon this(More)
Information overload is one of today's major concerns. As high-resolution digital cameras become increasingly pervasive, unprecedented amounts of social media are being uploaded to online social networks on a daily basis. In order to support users on selecting the best photos to create an online photo album, attention has been devoted to the development of(More)
document palette, image indexing and retrieval This paper presents two complementary methods to help in the area of document creation where the document includes color templates (banners, clipart, logos, etc.) as well as photographs. The problems that are being addressed are:-given a photograph that a document needs to be built around, extract a good(More)
Reliable content-based copy detection algorithms (CBCD) are at the core of effective multimedia data management and copyright enforcement systems. CBCD techniques focus on detecting videos that are identical to or transformed versions of an original video. The fast growth of online video sharing services challenges state-of-the-art copy detection algorithms(More)
In recent years, there has been a proliferation of consumer digital photographs taken and stored in both personal and online repositories. As the amount of user-generated digital photos increases, there is a growing need for efficient ways to search for relevant images to be shared with friends and family. Text-query based search approaches rely heavily on(More)