Visual Information Systems
Springer Science & Business Media, 1997. gada 29. sept. - 274 lappuses
This book is a thoroughly arranged anthology outlining the state of the art in the emerging area of visual informationsystems. The chapters presented are a selection of thoroughly refereed and revised full papers first presented at the First International Conference on visual Information Systems held in February 1996. Next generation information systems have a high visual content, and there will be a shift in emphasis from a paradigm of predominantly alphanumeric data processing to one of visual information processing. The book provides a detailed introductory chapter, two keynotes by leading authorities, sections on design and architecture, database management and modelling, contend-based search and retrieval, feature extraction and indexing, query model and interface, and object recognition and content organization.
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Feature Extraction and Indexing
Extracting Complex Tissues of MRI Brain Images Using Conjugate
A Uniform Framework for FeatureBased Indexing and Retrieval in Visual
Query Model and Interface
Incorporating Typed Links in a Visual Search Tool for Images on
Object Recognition and Content Organisation
System Design for Structured Hypermedia Generation
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abstracted active algorithms allows analysis application approach boundary called chain code clustering complex components Computer concept considered consistency database defined definition described developed direct efficiency entity example extraction Figure finger frame framework function graph hierarchy human identify implemented index cell indices interface International knowledge language learning matching measure Medical method multimedia nodes objects operations patient folder patterns performance points possible presentation problem Proc Proceedings proposed prototype query relationships relevant Renoir representation represented retrieval scheme segments selected semantic sequence server shape shown shows similarity space spatial specific step structure techniques tool types values various visual information visual information systems worlds