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  title={Multimedia Indexing, Search, and Retrieval in Large Databases of Social Networks},
  author={Theodoros Semertzidis and Dimitrios Rafailidis and Eleftherios Tiakas and Michael G. Strintzis and Petros Daras},
  booktitle={Social Media Retrieval},
Social networks are changing the way multimedia content is shared on the Web, by allowing users to upload their photos, videos, and audio content, produced by any means of digital recorders such as mobile/smartphones and Web/digital cameras. This plethora of content created the need for finding the desired media in the social media universe. Moreover, the diversity of the available content inspired users to demand and formulate more complicated queries. In the social media era, multimedia… 
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