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Content-Free Image Retrieval Based on Relations Exploited from User Feedbacks

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Content-Free Image Retrieval Based on Relations Exploited from User Feedbacks
We propose a new “content-free” image retrieval method which attempts to exploit certain common tendencies that exist among people’s interpretation of images from user feedbacks. The system simply accumulates records of user feedback and recycles them in the form of collaborative filtering. We discuss various issues of image retrieval, argue for the idea of content-free, and present results of experiment. The results indicate that the performance of content-free image retrieval improves with the number of accumulated feedbacks, outperforming a basic but typical conventional content-based image retrieval system.
Shingo Uchihashi, Takeo Kanade
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ICMCS
Authors Shingo Uchihashi, Takeo Kanade
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