Distinct nearest neighbors queries for similarity search in very large multimedia databases

@inproceedings{Skopal2009DistinctNN,
  title={Distinct nearest neighbors queries for similarity search in very large multimedia databases},
  author={Tom{\'a}s Skopal and Vlastislav Dohnal and Michal Batko and Pavel Zezula},
  booktitle={WIDM},
  year={2009}
}
As the volume of multimedia data available on internet is tremendously increasing, the content-based similarity search becomes a popular approach to multimedia retrieval. The most popular retrieval concept is the k nearest neighbor (kNN) search. For a long time, the kNN queries provided an effective retrieval in multimedia databases. However, as today's multimedia databases available on the web grow to massive volumes, the classic kNN query quickly loses its descriptive power. In this paper, we… CONTINUE READING

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