Article | Proceedings of SIGRAD 2010: Content aggregation and visualization; November 25–26; 2010; Västerås; Sweden | Flexible search and presentation of multimedia

Title:
Flexible search and presentation of multimedia
Author:
George Ioannidis: IN2, UK
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Year:
2010
Conference:
Proceedings of SIGRAD 2010: Content aggregation and visualization; November 25–26; 2010; Västerås; Sweden
Issue:
052
Article no.:
002
Pages:
5-5
No. of pages:
1
Publication type:
Abstract
Published:
2010-11-29
ISBN:
978-91-7393-281-3
Series:
Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings
ISSN (print):
1650-3686
ISSN (online):
1650-3740
Publisher:
Linköping University Electronic Press; Linköpings universitet


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Although the amount of image and video files in our hard disks and the web is steadily increasing; we rely on classical retrieval and presentation techniques which can not cope with large collections. Retrieval is still based on textual annotations and the presentation interfaces are mostly simple thumbnail lists. In this talk; I will present search and retrieval beyond and in combination with text; and how this can be used and incorporated in media workflows. Furthermore; based on recent work; I will show how users can aggregate their collections into larger repositories; publish them; and design themselves flexible user interfaces by recomposing UI elements and retrieval models. On that basis; I will also discuss ways of presenting multimedia collections using facets and concepts stemming from information visualization.

Proceedings of SIGRAD 2010: Content aggregation and visualization; November 25–26; 2010; Västerås; Sweden

Author:
George Ioannidis
Title:
Flexible search and presentation of multimedia
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Proceedings of SIGRAD 2010: Content aggregation and visualization; November 25–26; 2010; Västerås; Sweden

Author:
George Ioannidis
Title:
Flexible search and presentation of multimedia
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