Overview of benchmark for Japanese
- Keshi et al, 1996I. Keshi, +10 authors T. Kitani
This paper describes a new method of multimedia information retrieval which shows multimedia information on a screen in a multi-directional way, using perspective, during the process of recursive interactive retrieval. This method supports a graphical, sensitive and individually tailored interaction between a user and multimedia data. The original work here in is the support of interaction between a user and multimedia data in a way that shows as many as multimedia data in a multi-directional manner on a screen. This work does not involve analytical techniques, although much current research into multimedia information retrieval focuses on processing and handling multimedia data. The prototype system INMUL(Interactive Multi-directional Information Displaying System) is now being implemented.