Human perception of trademark images: Implications for retrieval system design

@article{Ren2000HumanPO,
  title={Human perception of trademark images: Implications for retrieval system design},
  author={Manling Ren and John P. Eakins and Pamela Briggs},
  journal={J. Electronic Imaging},
  year={2000},
  volume={9},
  pages={564-575}
}
an go g 2000 Abstract. A crucial aspect of shape similarity estimation is the identification of perceptually significant image elements. In order to understand more about the process of human segmentation of abstract images, a sample of 63 trademark images was shown to several groups of students in two experiments. Students were first presented with printed versions of a number of abstract trademark images, and invited to sketch their preferred segmentation of each image. A second group of… CONTINUE READING
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