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Using the MPEG Query Format for Cross-Modal Identification

Matthias Gruhne, Peter Dunker, Ruben Tous
2009 Journal of Multimedia  
During the last years, the cross-modal search of visual and audio information has become more and more important.  ...  One of the latest developments of the MPEG committee is the MPEG Query Format (MPQF) which is destined for the interaction between clients and MPEG-7 databases.  ...  Furthermore the publication was supported by grant No. 01MQ07017 of the German THESEUS program.  ... 
doi:10.4304/jmm.4.5.266-276 fatcat:ckcjqoa4qrcvtge2eyewooj4ry

MPEG-7 audio-visual indexing test-bed for video retrieval

Langis Gagnon, Samuel Foucher, Valerie Gouaillier, Christelle Brun, Julie Brousseau, Gilles Boulianne, Frederic Osterrath, Claude Chapdelaine, Julie Dutrisac, Francis St-Onge, Benoit Champagne, Xiaojian Lu (+2 others)
2003 Internet Imaging V  
This paper reports on the development status of a Multimedia Asset Management (MAM) test-bed for content-based indexing and retrieval of audio-visual documents within the MPEG-7 standard.  ...  The MPEG-7/XML encoding of the film database is done off-line.  ...  (www.canarie.ca) under the Applied Research in Interactive Media (ARIM) funding program.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.524495 fatcat:zv2bcs4s3jgcnjxkvwr6s4axxq

Introducing a unified framework for content object description

Petros Daras, Apostolos Axenopoulos, Vasileios Darlagiannis, Dimitrios Tzovaras, Xavier Le Bourdon, Laurent Joyeux, Anne Verroust Blondet, Vincenzo Croce, Thomas Steiner, Alberto Massari, Antonio Camurri, Steeve Morin (+3 others)
2011 International Journal of Multimedia Intelligence and Security  
His research interests include overlay networks, distributed systems, communication protocols and web applications.  ...  These highly complex presentations require a suitable description scheme in order to be searched and retrieved by end users.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported by the EC project I-SEARCH (http://www.isearch-project.eu/).  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijmis.2011.044765 fatcat:z6aifajap5ajhlopz62vmz3xv4

R&D status of ERIC-7 and MADIS: two systems for MPEG-7 indexing/search of audio-visual content

L. Gagnon, Anthony Vetro, Chang Wen Chen, C.C. J. Kuo, Tong Zhang, Qi Tian, John R. Smith
2005 Multimedia Systems and Applications VIII  
MADIS is designed to (1) be fully MPEG-7 compliant, (2) address both encoding and search, (3) combine audio, speech and visual modalities and (4) have search capability on the Internet.  ...  The second (called MADIS) aims at providing a practical audiovisual MPEG-7 indexing/retrieval tool, within the framework of a light architecture.  ...  The detected shot transitions and key-frames are summarized within a Scalable Vector Graphics [24] file format ( Figure 8 ).  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.627043 fatcat:dbt7ezeobnahri7a25bibjizam

Cross-modal Content-based Retrieval for Digitized 2D and 3D Cultural Heritage Artifacts [article]

Robert Gregor, Christof Mayrbrugger, Pavlos Mavridis, Benjamin Bustos, Tobias Schreck
2017 Eurographics Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage  
To date, few works have addressed the problem of content-based cross-modal search in both 2D and 3D object space without the requirement of meta data annotations of similar format and quality.  ...  We propose a cross-modal search approach relying on content-based similarity between 3D and 2D CH objects.  ...  Content-based search allows users to find and explore CH content across distributed repositories even if the format of the available meta data is different.  ... 
doi:10.2312/gch.20171302 dblp:conf/vast/GregorMMBS17 fatcat:jimmoak5krcdhicuqknemzofdm

Next-generation content representation, creation, and searching for new-media applications in education

Shih-Fu Chang, A. Eleftheriadis, R. McClintock
1998 Proceedings of the IEEE  
We discuss the state of the art and present next-generation techniques for content representation, searching, creation, and editing.  ...  We discuss our experiences in developing a Web-based distributed compressed video editing and searching system (WebClip), a media-representation language (Flavor) and an object-based video-authoring system  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors wish to thank the many graduate students who have contributed a great deal to the multimedia searching and editing work described in this paper over a period of many years, including  ... 
doi:10.1109/5.664278 fatcat:wr3xssvpefhavap5uu2rpggabe

A Generic Framework for Semantic Medical Image Retrieval

Manuel Möller, Michael Sintek
2007 International Conference on Semantics and Digital Media Technologies  
We present a system architecture which aims at an integration of high-and low-level features on various abstraction levels allowing cross-modal as well as cross-lingual retrieval through Content Based  ...  Performing simple keyword-based search has long been the only way to access information. But for a truly comprehensive search on multimedia data, this approach is no longer sucient.  ...  Thus, this type of search can be cross-modal and cross-lingual. Application Logic The Application Logic connects the graphical user interface with the Query and Inference Layer.  ... 
dblp:conf/samt/MollerS07 fatcat:ikndwemhbzh37brblzmoeu76lu

MPEG-7-based description infrastructure for an audiovisual content analysis and retrieval system

Werner Bailer, Peter Schallauer, Michael Hausenblas, Georg Thallinger, Rainer W. Lienhart, Noboru Babaguchi, Edward Y. Chang
2005 Storage and Retrieval Methods and Applications for Multimedia 2005  
Based on an analysis of requirements, we have selected, out of a set of candidates, MPEG-7 as the basis of our metadata model.  ...  The openness and generality of MPEG-7 allow using it in broad range of applications, but increase complexity and hinder interoperability.  ...  Programme of the European Union within the IST project "DIRECT-INFO" (IST FP6-506898, http://www.direct-info.net).  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.586884 dblp:conf/spieSR/BailerSHT05 fatcat:gvy2qgvw4zaqlaufhax47f2rg4

Multimedia Retrieval and Delivery: Essential Metadata Challenges and Standards

F. Pereira, A. Vetro, T. Sikora
2008 Proceedings of the IEEE  
Due to space limitations, the paper will mainly concentrate on MPEG standards although many other relevant standards are also reviewed and discussed.  ...  In the context of this paper, the term retrieval refers to the process by which a user, human or machine, identifies the content it needs, and the term delivery refers to the adaptive transport and consumption  ...  Acknowledgment The authors would like to thank the anonymous reviewers for their valuable comments which helped to significantly improve the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jproc.2008.916384 fatcat:mltar6rnynfszh65haaja6reyi

Multimedia Search and Retrieval [chapter]

Shih-Fu Chang, Qian Huang, Thomas Huang, Atul Puri, Behzad Shahraray
2000 Multimedia Systems, Standards, and Networks  
Users will be able to submit desirable multimedia content (specified by MPEG-7 descriptions) as the query input to search engines.  ...  distance with cross-element correlation, and L1 distance.  ... 
doi:10.1201/9780203908440.ch20 fatcat:3fefc5lqhfb5pjpxlqkde3wjdi

Compressed-Domain Content-Based Image and Video Retrieval [chapter]

Shih-Fu Chang
1996 Multimedia Communications and Video Coding  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The author is thankful for Prof. David Messerschmitt at UC Berkeley for his invaluable guidance and early stimulation of the author's interest in this field.  ...  This research is supported in part by the National Science Foundation (under a CAREER award, IRI-9501266), IBM (under a 1995 UPP award), NEC, and Columbia's ADVENT project.  ...  Besides the above buffer issue, boundary frames of the cut segments need to be modified so that the new stream will conform to the required format (e.g., the GOP and frame structure in MPEG).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4613-0403-6_46 fatcat:bsmsdxbh5nem5djhmffonx4d4m

e-Learning Media Format for Enhanced Consumption on Mobile Application

Sihyoung Lee, Seungji Yang, Yong Man Ro, Hyoung-Joong Kim
2006 International Semantic Web Conference  
We implemented the proposed system on top of mobile device and showed the usability of the e-Learning MAF format and MPEG-7 e-Learning metadata.  ...  The e-Learning MAF shall meet various requirements which enable users to facilitate search, evaluation, acquisition and use of e-Learning contents in ubiquitous environments.  ...  There should be a verifying process before consuming the content because a searching process recommends several contents about all queries the user requested.  ... 
dblp:conf/semweb/LeeYRK06 fatcat:j4wtpt3pirg6dilkefdi3rppva

A System Proposal for Multimodal Retrieval of Multimedia Documents

Mohamed Kharrat, Anis Jedidi, Faiez Gargouri
2011 2011 IEEE Ninth International Symposium on Parallel and Distributed Processing with Applications Workshops  
The second part defines an extension of XQuery language to support multimodal querying.  ...  Rather than monotonous, single-modal information, users would like to have a multimodal system to query multimedia documents.  ...  As its specific approaches, the learning-from-elements strategy is devised for interactive propagation of keyword descriptions, and the cross media search mechanism with relevance feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ispaw.2011.11 fatcat:2ph46jvej5d6zdmcz6vxaie4ni

Design and Development of a Multimodal Biomedical Information Retrieval System

Dina Demner-Fushman, Sameer Antani, Matthew Simpson, George R. Thoma
2012 Journal of Computing Science and Engineering  
Such services enable searching by textual as well as visual queries, and retrieving documents enriched by relevant images, charts, and other illustrations from the journal literature, patient records and  ...  This paper presents ways to move beyond conventional text-based searching of these resources, by combining text and visual features in search queries and document representation.  ...  We thank Essie developers Russell Loane and Nicholas Ide for providing the search engine, and being wonderfully responsive and supportive in development of the OpenI systems.  ... 
doi:10.5626/jcse.2012.6.2.168 fatcat:am3nzm4djfft5g5ngklp6fjmae

A generic audio classification and segmentation approach for multimedia indexing and retrieval

S. Kiranyaz, Ahmad Farooq Qureshi, M. Gabbouj
2006 IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing  
He was the TPC Chair of EUSIPCO 2000 and the DSP track chair of the 1996 IEEE ISCAS and the program chair of NORSIG'96. He was also member of EURASIP AdCom. He was co-recipient of the Myril B.  ...  He is currently working as a Researcher with the Signal Processing Department, Tampere University of Technology, where he is the Architect and Principal Developer of the ongoing content-based multimedia  ...  SPECTRAL TEMPLATE FORMATION In this section, we focus on the formation of the generic spectral template, which is the initial and pre-requisite step in order to provide a bi-modal solution.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tsa.2005.857573 fatcat:trek4ucg5nec3nuqide43bhxha
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