Presentation 1993/5/21
Learning A Cognitive Schema for Multimedia Indexing -Experiments on Image Database-
Takio Kurita, Toshikazu Kato,
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Abstract(in English) Visual impression may differ with each person.To provide a user- friendly interface for image database systems,it is important to design a multimedia index which can adapt to the subjective view of each user.A cognitive schema means such a subjective view dpending on each user.This paper describes learning methods of a cognitive schema for a graphical symbol database called TRADEMARK and for a full color image database called ART MUSEUM.Their learning mechanisms are based on multivariate data analyses.These algorithms construct a model of visual perception process of each user from training examples.Such a model is referred to as a multimedia index to retrieve desired images for the user.
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Keyword(in English) Image Database / Visual Impression / Learuing / Multivariate Analysis / Cognitive schema
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Title (in English) Learning A Cognitive Schema for Multimedia Indexing -Experiments on Image Database-
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Keyword(1) Image Database
Keyword(2) Visual Impression
Keyword(3) Learuing
Keyword(4) Multivariate Analysis
Keyword(5) Cognitive schema
1st Author's Name Takio Kurita
1st Author's Affiliation Electrotechnical Laboratory()
2nd Author's Name Toshikazu Kato
2nd Author's Affiliation Electrotechnical Laboratory
Date 1993/5/21
Paper # DE93-3
Volume (vol) vol.93
Number (no) 56
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 8
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