Optimizing Learning in Image Retrieval

  title={Optimizing Learning in Image Retrieval},
  author={Yong Rui and Thomas S. Huang},
Combining learning with vision techniques in interactive image retrieval has been an active research topic during the past few years. However, existing learning techniques eith er are based on heuristics or fail to analyze the working conditions. Furthermore, there is almost no in depth study on how to effectively learn from the users when there are multiple visual features in the retrieval system. To address thes e limitations, in this paper, we present a vigorous optimization formulation of… CONTINUE READING
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