Multimedia Tagging: Past, Present and Future
As the size of online media collections grows rapidly, multimedia information retrieval (MIR) becomes an increasingly critical technique for effective multimedia document search and management. To facilitate the processes, it is essential to annotate the multimedia objects with comprehensive textual information. Consequently, multimedia tagging has been actively studied by many different communities (e.g., multimedia computing, information retrieval, machine learning and computer version) recently. Meanwhile, many commercial web systems (e.g., Youtube, del.icio.us, Last.fm and Flickr) have successfully applied tags and the related techniques to assist users in discovering, exploring and sharing media content in a convenient and flexible way.
Databases and Information Systems | Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing
Data Management and Analytics
19th ACM International Conference on Multimedia (ACM MM'11), (4 hour Conference Tutorial)
City or Country
SHEN, Jialie; WANG, Meng; YAN, Shuicheng; and HUA, Xian-Sheng.
Multimedia Tagging: Past, Present and Future. (2011). 19th ACM International Conference on Multimedia (ACM MM'11), (4 hour Conference Tutorial). Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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