An efficient two-stage framework for image annotation

@article{Hu2013AnET,
  title={An efficient two-stage framework for image annotation},
  author={Jiwei Hu and Kin-Man Lam},
  journal={Pattern Recognition},
  year={2013},
  volume={46},
  pages={936-947}
}
Image annotation tasks always lack accuracy and efficiency. Although many techniques that have been proposed in the last decade can give a reasonable performance, the large number of potential labels causes trouble in terms of decreasing the accuracy and efficiency. Both generative models and discriminative models have been proposed to solve the multi-label problem. Most of these complex models fail to achieve a good performance when they face an increasing number of image collections, with a… CONTINUE READING

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