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Negotiating the semantic gap: from feature maps to semantic landscapes

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Negotiating the semantic gap: from feature maps to semantic landscapes
In this paper, we present the results of a project that seeks to transform low-level features to a higher level of meaning. This project concerns a technique, latent semantic indexing (LSI), in conjunction with normalization and term weighting, which have been used for full-text retrieval for many years. In this environment, LSI determines clusters of co-occurring keywords, sometimes, called concepts, so that a query which uses a particular keyword can then retrieve documents perhaps not containing this keyword, but containing other keywords from the same cluster. In this paper, we examine the use of this technique for content-based image retrieval, using two di erent approaches to image feature representation. We also study the integration of visual features and textual keywords and the results show that it can help improve the retrieval performance signi
Rong Zhao, William I. Grosky
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Type Journal
Year 2002
Where PR
Authors Rong Zhao, William I. Grosky
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