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Image browsing, processing, and clustering for participatory sensing: lessons from a DietSense prototype

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Image browsing, processing, and clustering for participatory sensing: lessons from a DietSense prototype
Imagers are an increasingly significant source of sensory observations about human activity and the urban environment. ImageScape is a software tool for processing, clustering, and browsing large sets of images. Implemented as a set of web services with an Adobe Flash-based user interface, it supports clustering by both image features and context tags, as well as re-tagging of images in the user interface. Though expected to be useful in many applications, ImageScape was designed as an analysis component of DietSense, a software system under development at UCLA to support (1) the use of mobile devices for automatic multimedia documentation of dietary choices with just-in-time annotation, (2) efficient post facto review of captured media by participants and researchers, and (3) easy authoring and dissemination of the automatic data collection protocols. A pilot study, in which participants ran software that enabled their phones to autonomously capture images of their plates during meal...
Sasank Reddy, Andrew Parker, Josh Hyman, Jeff Burk
Added 14 Aug 2010
Updated 14 Aug 2010
Type Conference
Year 2007
Where EMNETS
Authors Sasank Reddy, Andrew Parker, Josh Hyman, Jeff Burke, Deborah Estrin, Mark H. Hansen
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