Personalizing Image Search Results on Flickr

  title={Personalizing Image Search Results on Flickr},
  author={Kristina Lerman and Anon Plangprasopchok and Chio Wong},
The social media site Flickr allows users to upload their photos, annotate them with tags, submit them to groups, and also to form social networks by adding other users as contacts. Flickr offers multiple ways of browsing or searching it. One option is tag search, which returns all images tagged with a speci c keyword. If the keyword is ambiguous, e.g., “beetle” could mean an insect or a car, tag search results will include many images that are not relevant to the sense the user had in mind… CONTINUE READING
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