Modeling user subjectivity in image libraries

@inproceedings{Picard1996ModelingUS,
  title={Modeling user subjectivity in image libraries},
  author={Rosalind W. Picard and Tom Minka and Martin Szummer},
  booktitle={ICIP},
  year={1996}
}
In addition to the problem of which image analysis models to use in digital libraries, e.g. wavelet, Wold, color histograms, is the problem of how to combine these models with their different strengths. Most present systems place the burden of combination on the user, e.g. the user specifies 50% texture features, 20% color features, etc. This is a problem since most users do not know how to best pick the settings for the given data and search problem. This paper addresses this problem… CONTINUE READING

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