Image Retrieval as Linguistic and Nonlinguistic Visual Model Matching

  title={Image Retrieval as Linguistic and Nonlinguistic Visual Model Matching},
  • Published 2007
THISARTICLE REVIEWS RESEARCH ON HOW people use mental models of images in an information retrieval environment. An understanding of these cognitive processes can aid a researcher in designing new systems and help librarians select systems that best serve their patrons. There are traditionally two main approaches to image indexing: concept-based and content-based (Rasmussen, 1997). The concept-based approach is used in many production library systems, while the content-based approach is dominant… CONTINUE READING
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