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CueFlik: interactive concept learning in image search

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CueFlik: interactive concept learning in image search
Web image search is difficult in part because a handful of keywords are generally insufficient for characterizing the visual properties of an image. Popular engines have begun to provide tags based on simple characteristics of images (such as tags for black and white images or images that contain a face), but such approaches are limited by the fact that it is unclear what tags end-users want to be able to use in examining Web image search results. This paper presents CueFlik, a Web image search application that allows end-users to quickly create their own rules for re-ranking images based on their visual characteristics. End-users can then re-rank any future Web image search results according to their rule. In an experiment we present in this paper, end-users quickly create effective rules for such concepts as "product photos", "portraits of people", and "clipart". When asked to conceive of and create their own rules, participants create such rules as &qu...
James Fogarty, Desney S. Tan, Ashish Kapoor, Simon
Added 30 Nov 2009
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where CHI
Authors James Fogarty, Desney S. Tan, Ashish Kapoor, Simon A. J. Winder
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