Sciweavers

Share
MM
2009
ACM

Brain state decoding for rapid image retrieval

10 years 6 months ago
Brain state decoding for rapid image retrieval
Human visual perception is able to recognize a wide range of targets under challenging conditions, but has limited throughput. Machine vision and automatic content analytics can process images at a high speed, but suffers from inadequate recognition accuracy for general target classes. In this paper, we propose a new paradigm to explore and combine the strengths of both systems. A single trial EEG-based brain machine interface (BCI) subsystem is used to detect objects of interest of arbitrary classes from an initial subset of images. The EEG detection outcomes are used as input to a graph-based pattern mining subsystem to identify, refine, and propagate the labels to retrieve relevant images from a much larger pool. The combined strategy is unique in its generality, robustness, and high throughput. It has great potential for advancing the state of the art in media retrieval applications. We have evaluated and demonstrated significant performance gains of the proposed system with mu...
Jun Wang, Eric Pohlmeyer, Barbara Hanna, Yu-Gang J
Added 28 May 2010
Updated 28 May 2010
Type Conference
Year 2009
Where MM
Authors Jun Wang, Eric Pohlmeyer, Barbara Hanna, Yu-Gang Jiang, Paul Sajda, Shih-Fu Chang
Comments (0)
books