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We investigate in this paper the use of XML structure in multimedia retrieval, particularly in context-based image retrieval. We propose two methods to represent multimedia objects: the first one is based on an implicit use of textual and structural context of multimedia objects, whereas the second one is based on an explicit use of both sources. Experimental evaluation is carried out using the INEX MultimediaFragments Task 2006 and 2007. We show that there is a strong vocabulary relationdoi:10.1504/ijbidm.2010.036123 fatcat:e4iyijg4wrcy7f7pphywqjs4oq