Everyday concept detection in visual lifelogs: validation, relationships and trends

@article{Byrne2009EverydayCD,
  title={Everyday concept detection in visual lifelogs: validation, relationships and trends},
  author={Daragh Byrne and Aiden R. Doherty and Cees G. M. Snoek and Gareth J. F. Jones and Alan F. Smeaton},
  journal={Multimedia Tools and Applications},
  year={2009},
  volume={49},
  pages={119-144}
}
The Microsoft SenseCam is a small lightweight wearable camera used to passively capture photos and other sensor readings from a user’s day-to-day activities. It captures on average 3,000 images in a typical day, equating to almost 1 million images per year. It can be used to aid memory by creating a personal multimedia lifelog, or visual recording of the wearer’s life. However the sheer volume of image data captured within a visual lifelog creates a number of challenges, particularly for… CONTINUE READING
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