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MediaGLOW: organizing photos in a graph-based workspace

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MediaGLOW: organizing photos in a graph-based workspace
We designed an interactive visual workspace, MediaGLOW, that supports users in organizing personal and shared photo collections. The system interactively places photos with a spring layout algorithm using similarity measures based on visual, temporal, and geographic features. These similarity measures are also used for the retrieval of additional photos. Unlike traditional spring-based algorithms, our approach provides users with several means to adapt the layout to their tasks. Users can group photos in stacks that in turn attract neighborhoods of similar photos. Neighborhoods partition the workspace by severing connections outside the neighborhood. By placing photos into the same stack, users can express a desired organization that the system can use to learn a neighborhood-specific combination of distances.
Andreas Girgensohn, Frank M. Shipman III, Lynn Wil
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where IUI
Authors Andreas Girgensohn, Frank M. Shipman III, Lynn Wilcox, Thea Turner, Matthew Cooper
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