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An Identification of the Image Retrieval Domain from the Perspective of Library and Information Science with Author Co-citation and Author Bibliographic Coupling Analyses

JungWon Yoon, EunKyung Chung, Jihye Byun
2015 Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science  
indexing which thus reflects a new paradigm of information environment.  ...  The recent trends of image retrieval based on the results from author bibliographic coupling analysis show that the domain is expanding to emerging areas of medical images, multimedia, ontology-and tag-based  ...  including queries from a search engine (Chung and Yoon 2009; Goodrum and Spink 2001) and narrative description of queries from a social Q&A site (Yoon and Chung 2011).  ... 
doi:10.4275/kslis.2015.49.4.099 fatcat:aiuim4uhuzepnasanitmn5rpcu

A Multimodal Search Engine for Medical Imaging Studies

Eduardo Pinho, Tiago Godinho, Frederico Valente, Carlos Costa
2016 Journal of digital imaging  
In this article, we detail a technical approach to the problem by describing its main architecture and each sub-component, as well as the available web interfaces and the multimodal query techniques applied  ...  The use of digital medical imaging systems in healthcare institutions has increased significantly, and the large amounts of data in these systems have led to the conception of powerful support tools: recent  ...  Although the Bautomaticŝ trategy currently falls back to a default, this option may later on comprise a smart combination of query fusion techniques based on a query analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10278-016-9903-z pmid:27561754 pmcid:PMC5267596 fatcat:6zplir2l6zdn3ktpfuwpr2ykna

Evaluating the probabilistic side of proactive computing using cognitive modelling methodology and the statistical inference of user's cognitive states

Denis Shirnin, Denis Zampunieris
2014 2014 IEEE 13th International Conference on Cognitive Informatics and Cognitive Computing  
We create four cognitive models, which simulate various cognitive states of a user during the task of online search of medical terminology.  ...  Ultimately, by applying the rules of the Bayesian statistics, we envision to test the principles of proactive computing in the frame of probabilistic approach.  ...  We use the local search engine and its medical database as the environment for our experiments.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icci-cc.2014.6921497 dblp:conf/IEEEicci/ShirninZ14 fatcat:qgqvta26dbgyzlqbfwvdg7s2ie


2018 Figshare  
A huge number of heterogeneous sensors may convey or collect and dispatch sensitive data from an endpoint to worldwide network on Internet.  ...  Therefore, we have conducted a systematic mapping study using auto mated searches from selected relevant academics databases.  ...  While l-diversity is a data anonymization technique based on generalization and suppression often with a loss of the quality of the information.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.7165411 fatcat:mjzwgegdzvcfzpb6cij2az53bm

Semantics and the medical web: a review of barriers and breakthroughs in effective healthcare query

Daniel P. Lorence, Amanda Spink
2004 Health Information and Libraries Journal  
This paper provides an overview of the research into current medical vocabularies and their impact on searching the Web for health information.  ...  Our review suggests a growing need for studies to examine the current applicability of controlled medical vocabularies as well as alternatives to semantic query by Web search engine users.  ...  Conclusion This paper has provided an overview of research into medical web search and the current environment of medical vocabularies.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1471-1842.2004.00491.x pmid:15191602 fatcat:wcdk5bgeevhefnrqcbse2njajm

A cloud-based approach to medical NLP

Kyle Chard, Michael Russell, Yves A Lussier, Eneida A Mendonça, Jonathan C Silverstein
2011 AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings  
Available architectures in which our Smntx (pronounced as semantics) system can be deployed include: virtual machines in a HIPAA-protected hospital environment, brought up to run analysis over bulk data  ...  Natural Language Processing (NLP) enables access to deep content embedded in medical texts.  ...  architecture in a scalable cloud environment with a well-defined service interface to medical NLP engines (thereby facilitating usage with a variety of end user tools); 2) integrating an enterprise search  ... 
pmid:22195072 pmcid:PMC3243210 fatcat:lbu7yydvlvddlomqv3ydelrfji

The Importance of Digitizing Old Medical Books and Modern Medical Ethics Books in the Field of Medicine [chapter]

Nadinne Roman, Elena Amaricăi, Silviu Caloian
2018 Philosophy, communication, media sciences  
The importance of medical evolution with all its ethical and technological elements is a useful tool in the research area, offering resources as a comprehensible framework in this field.  ...  Two digital libraries have a considerable amount of information and ease of access and might represent a useful instrument for academic research for a raised visibility.  ...  is easy, based on search engines.  ... 
doi:10.22618/tp.pcms.20181.156003 fatcat:jwlzzokdzvcdfn5g3t67vuevfy

ViA: a perceptual visualization assistant

Chris G. Healey, Robert St. Amant, Mahmoud S. Elhaddad, William R. Oliver
2000 28th AIPR Workshop: 3D Visualization for Data Exploration and Decision Making  
Our perceptual guidelines are integrated into evaluation engines that provide evaluation weights for a given data-feature mapping, and hints on how that mapping might be improved.  ...  ViA begins by asking users a set of simple questions about their dataset and the analysis tasks they want to perform.  ...  The current ViA system is now working in a prototype environment.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.384859 fatcat:xnobw5qy3zb7po73cxzyg5zcb4

Information retrieval and literature searching in today's information landscape

Bianca Kramer
2009 Hypothesis  
One of the main roles of the academic medical library today is to provide a digital portal to scientific information.  ...  Text Mining and Semantic Search All search techniques mentioned so far are based on finding specific terms within a database, either directly, through the use of a thesaurus or filter, or by using the  ... 
doi:10.5779/hypothesis.v8i1.182 fatcat:nijcyqvpvve67mvi5nf24foqnm

3D Objects Exploration: Guidelines for Future Research [article]

Silvia Biasotti, Bianca Falcidieno, Daniela Giorgi, Michela Spagnuolo
2016 Eurographics Workshop on 3D Object Retrieval, EG 3DOR  
This position paper presents the current state of the art on 3D dataset navigation and 3D model retrieval.  ...  Search engines provide the interface to interact with 3D object repositories, which are rapidly growing in both number and size.  ...  The interface should offer facilities, which enhance the user domain environment, experience and professional skills, for example supporting medical doctors with the integration of their medical knowledge  ... 
doi:10.2312/3dor.20161081 fatcat:oyqpwx65kjgx7agwuifswagyam

A Semantic Medical Multimedia Retrieval Approach Using Ontology Information Hiding

Kehua Guo, Shigeng Zhang
2013 Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine  
Searching useful information from unstructured medical multimedia data has been a difficult problem in information retrieval.  ...  Experimental results indicate a good precision and efficiency of our approach for medical multimedia retrieval in comparison with some traditional approaches.  ...  The authors of [10] gave a review on the generic content-based retrieval approach applied to medical image and described the techniques used in the system implementation, datasets design, and performance  ... 
doi:10.1155/2013/407917 pmid:24082915 pmcid:PMC3780554 fatcat:2qpbnwq3hndudjyxkdvsn4og4u

Who Do You Want to Be Today? Web Personae for Personalised Information Access [chapter]

J. P. McGowan, Nicholas Kushmerick, Barry Smyth
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Personalised context sensitivity is the Holy Grail of web information retrieval. As a first step towards this goal, we present the Web Personae personalised search and browsing system.  ...  Such functionality is essential in heterogeneous environments such as the Web.  ...  Our main application will be a personalised search service, based on both result-persona similarity, and the more sophisticated system that does a full re-ranking based on link analysis techniques.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-47952-x_73 fatcat:cjlri2ixdzfcfku23qylcqnbcq

Probabilistic Topic Models for Learning Terminological Ontologies

Wei Wang, Payam Mamaani Barnaghi, Andrzej Bargiela
2010 IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering  
The algorithm is based on the "Rational Research" model which reflects search behaviour of a "rational" researcher in a scientific research environment.  ...  Barnaghi, "Semantic Support for Medical Image Search and Retrieval", In Proceedings of IASTED International Conference on Biomedical Engineering (BioMed 2007), pp.315-319, February, 2007.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tkde.2009.122 fatcat:ckvvtgj5ybg7ngwk3y7x5ysjta

A framework for the design of computer-assisted simulation training for complex police situations

Tor Söderström, Jan Åström, Greg Anderson, Ron Bowles, Dr Gregory S. Anderson
2014 Campus-Wide Information Systems  
The overarching aim is to outline a theoretical framework for the design of CAST to facilitate police students' development of search techniques in complex interactions within the built environment, learning  ...  Design/methodology/approach -The paper draws on Luckin's ecology of resources model of learner context informed with perspectives on reflective thinking from John Dewey and Donald Schön.  ...  Additional study may also inform the integration of game-based CAST activities. The current prototype is based on a single person performing the searches.  ... 
doi:10.1108/cwis-10-2013-0060 fatcat:6o5yuprlxnde5blry2wanfxei4

TELMA: Technology enhanced learning environment for Minimally Invasive Surgery

P. Sánchez-González, I. Oropesa, V. Romero, A. Fernández, A. Albacete, E. Asenjo, J. Noguera, F. Sánchez-Margallo, D. Burgos, E.J. Gómez
2011 Procedia Computer Science  
This research work aims to develop a MIS learning environment based on web technologies, named TELMA, which will respond to the growing amount of information and multimedia surgical contents available  ...  MIS training is a principal component of the education of new surgical residents, with an increasing demand for knowledge and skills for medical students and surgeons.  ...  It simplifies both the guided documentation, and the search engine, and achieving a much more efficient management of didactic resources.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2010.12.054 fatcat:vmbk3z6bufeqbbgk42rbnusm5e
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