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In this paper, we introduce a new form of the continuous relevance model (CRM), dubbed the SKL-CRM, that adaptively selects the best performing kernel per feature type for automatic image annotation. Previous image annotation models apply a standard selection of kernels to model the distribution...
Text-based image retrieval is a popular and simple framework, which consists in using text annotations (e.g., image names, tags) to efficiently collect images relevant to a query word, from very large image collections. Even if the set of images retrieved using text annotations is noisy, it...
As an important procedure in image retrieval, off-line indexing focuses on organizing relevant images together and largely decides the efficiency, accuracy, and memory cost of the retrieval system. Because the image contains multi-level visual and semantic clues, the described indexing strategy...
-nearest neighbor (K-NN) graphs are an essential component of many established methods for content-based image retrieval and automated image annotation. The performance of such methods relies heavily on the semantic quality of the graphs, which can be measured as the proportion of...
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