Computing at Glasgow University
Paper ID: 9005

Automatically Creating and Comparing Features and Contexts
Bermejo,P. Hopfgartner,F. Jose,J.M.

Publication Type: Conference Proceedings
Appeared in: Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Adaptive Information Retrieval
Page Numbers : 27-31
Publisher: N/A
Year: 2008

Representation of multimedia documents is a major problem in multimedia information retrieval due to the semantic gap. In this work, we present a tool to automatically create and evaluate three different kind of features for a database to decide what kind of representation is better suited for representing multimedia documents. Our tool provides the option of splitting interaction log files into different contexts to study their influence on classifiers’ performance.

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