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With the recent penetration and proliferation of social networks into our lives, human choices and preferences have become more socially accessible. This easy accessibility of private data in different formats has opened many new initiatives. The big explosion of multimedia data on the web has enabled social networks to gauge user likes, dislikes, and needs. This has imposed high demands on multimedia information retrieval (MIR) techniques. This manuscript illustrates the MIR concept in termsdoi:10.1007/s42044-019-00030-5 fatcat:e7kgskeqxbaznbjh3hrmhw3nke