By Guoping Qiu, Kin Man Lam, Hitoshi Kiya, Xiang-Yang Xue, C.-C. Jay Kuo, Michael S. Lew
This ebook constitutes the court cases of the eleventh Pacific Rim convention on Advances in Multimedia info Processing, held in Shanghai in September 2010.
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0 data were transformed to a 200-dimension reduced space using these methods. Table 2. shows the correct rate on above two datasets, respectively. As can be seen in the results, CUR outperforms other methods in the correct rate of classify signiﬁcantly, followed by auto-encoder which also achieved a relatively high correct rate. To evaluate the relationship between the dimension reduced and the classiﬁcation accuracy, we also conducted experiments to reduce the feature vector into diﬀerent dimension and compare results.
According to the literature of information retrieval, there are two widely accepted and yet independent ways to construct query: – Query based on Text: Many of the existing search engines apply the text based description to annotate multimedia object. In these applications, short annotation or text labels are used for interpreting or indexing the multimedia objects in the databases. Thus, final performance for those schemes heavily depends on the effectiveness of text searching and tagging capability.
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