Limitations of Content-based Image Retrieval — ICPR08 Presentation

© Copyright 2008 by T. Pavlidis

This page contains material from the a presentation based on the paper "Limitations of CBIR" given at the 2008 International Conference on Pattern Recognition, December 8-11 in Tampa, Florida.

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2. New Tests Cited in the Presentation

3. Acknowledgements

I am grateful to the following people for providing me either helpful comments on drafts of the talk and/or providing me with material that I included in the talk: Dr. Jianying Hu (IBM Research), Dr. Qasim Iqbal (Univ. of Texas), Prof. Anil Jain and Ms. Jung-Eun Lee (Michigan State University), Prof. Thomas Deserno (Aachen University, Germany), Prof. Thomas Papathomas (Rutgers University), Prof. John Tsotsos (York University, Canada). Finally, I have to thank Dr. Steven Horowitz (Yahoo Research) who brought to my attention several of the commercial CBIR sites. Of course, I take full responsibility for the opinions expressed.

4. Additional Sources Cited in the Presentation

[Gr98] R. Gregory, "Brainy Mind" Brit. Med. Journal 1998 317:1693 - 5
[Ma08] J. A. Mazer "So many pixels, so little time" Nature Neuroscience, 11 (Nov. 2008), pp. 1243-1244.
[Pap99] T. Papathomas, "The brain as a hypothesis-constructing-and-testing agent," in E. LePore & Z. Pylyshyn (eds.) What is Cognitive Science?, pp. 230-247, Blackwell Publishers, 1999
[Ts84] J. K. Tsotsos “Knowledge and the Visual Process: Content, Form, and Use” Pattern Recognition, 17 (1984), pp. 13-27.
[YCBWC08] Y. Yamane, E. T. Carlson, K. C. Bowman, Z. Wang, C. E. Connor "A neural code for three-dimensional object shape in macaque inferotemporal cortex" Nature Neuroscience, 11 (Nov. 2008), pp. 1352-1360.

Updated December 14, 2008.

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