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Multimedia Retrieval

abbreviation(s): MR
definition: The research on multimedia retrieval focuses on the development of tools and techniques to support the easy access to information in digital archives. It exploits the synergy that exists between language & speech technology, image processing and database technology. The results can be used in innovative applications that support various content management tasks, e.g. automatic indexing of large text collections and disclosure of audiovisual archives, search technology and filtering of dynamic information streams. (taken from: http://parlevink.cs.utwente.nl/?page=onderwerp&onderwerpID=2
related project(s):
  • large-scale multimedia indexing
  • aceMedia
  • European Chronicles On-Line (ECHO)
  • Multi-Media Indexing and Searching Environment (MUMIS)
  • Multimedia Indexing and Retrieval (DRUID)
related organisation(s):
  • Human Media Interaction (HMI)
  • Multimedia Information Retrieval Group (MMIR Group)
related person(s):
  • Franciska de Jong
  • Arjan van Hessen
related publication(s):

Intelligent multimedia information retrieval.
Mark T. Maybury.
MIT Press. 1997.