Geographic location tags on digital images

@inproceedings{Toyama2003GeographicLT,
  title={Geographic location tags on digital images},
  author={Kentaro Toyama and Ron Logan and Asta Roseway},
  booktitle={ACM Multimedia},
  year={2003}
}
We describe an end-to-end system that capitalizes on geographic location tags for digital photographs. The World Wide Media eXchange (WWMX) database indexes large collections of image media by several pieces of metadata including timestamp, owner, and critically, location stamp. The location where a photo was shot is important because it says much about its semantic content, while being relatively easy to acquire, index, and search.The process of building, browsing, and writing applications for… CONTINUE READING
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