Automatic image annotation by using concept-sensitive salient objects for image content representation

@inproceedings{Fan2004AutomaticIA,
  title={Automatic image annotation by using concept-sensitive salient objects for image content representation},
  author={Jianping Fan and Yuli Gao and Hangzai Luo and Guangyou Xu},
  booktitle={SIGIR},
  year={2004}
}
Multi-level annotation of images is a promising solution to enable more effective semantic image retrieval by using various keywords at different semantic levels. In this paper, we propose a multi-level approach to annotate the semantics of natural scenes by using both the dominant image components and the relevant semantic concepts. In contrast to the well-known image-based and region-based approaches, we use the salient objects as the dominant image components to achieve automatic image… CONTINUE READING

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