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Proceedings of the conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '03
In this paper we present and discuss the findings of a study that investigated how people manage their collections of digital photographs. The six-month, 13-participant study included interviews, questionnaires, and analysis of usage statistics gathered from an instrumented digital photograph management tool called Shoebox. Alongside simple browsing features such as folders, thumbnails and timelines, Shoebox has some advanced multimedia features: contentbased image retrieval and speechdoi:10.1145/642679.642682 fatcat:ckam2ievsfgbjizbr2i76thxvq