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Towards Quality of Service Based Resource Management for Cluster-Based Image Retrieval Systems

@inproceedings{Brning2005TowardsQO,
  title={Towards Quality of Service Based Resource Management for Cluster-Based Image Retrieval Systems},
  author={Andreas Br{\"u}ning and F. Drews and M. Hoefer and O. Kao and U. Rerrer},
  year={2005}
}
The main research in the area of image databases addresses the improvement of retrieval quality and the speedup of the query processing. A number of image retrieval systems reached meanwhile a level, where these are used in real-world applications and thus create new demands. In particular dealing with a large, simultaneous number of users and queries requires concepts for resource management, which strongly consider the underlying architecture and the various approaches for image retrieval… Expand
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