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MIR on the Web

Most of the well known publishers allow pre-prints of the accepted versions of the author's papers to be placed on their homepage. MIR on the Web is meant to be an index of free/open weblinks to scientific papers in the field of multimedia information retrieval - MIR (and Multimedia). The intention is to facilitate the dissemination and discussion of scientific knowledge. Anyone can add weblinks to papers. MIR on the Web is part of the MIRSociety.org (see menu above).

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Papers (open access)

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IJMIR 2015

International Journal of Multimedia Information Retrieval

Special Issue on Video Retrieval
Michael S. Lew
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"Aligning Plot Synopses to Videos for Story-based Retrieval"
Makarand Tapaswi, Martin Bäuml and Rainer Stiefelhagen
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"Weakly Supervised Detection of Video Events Using Hidden Conditional Random Fields"
Kimiaki Shirahama, Marcin Grzegorzek and Kuniaki Uehara
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"Video Classification with Densely Extracted HOG/HOF/MBH Features: An Evaluation of the Accuracy/Computational Efficiency Trade-off"
J. Uijlings, I. C. Duta, E. Sangineto and N. Sebe
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"A novel framework for CBCD using integrated color and acoustic features"
R. Roopalakshmi
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"VIDCAR: an unsupervised CBVR framework for identifying similar videos with prominent object motion"
Chiranjoy Chattopadhyay
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Special Issue on Concept Detection with Big Data
Shih-Fu Chang, Thomas S. Huang, Michael S. Lew and Bart Thomee
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"On-the-fly Learning for Visual Search of Large-scale Image and Video Datasets”
K. Chatfield, R. Arandjelovic', O. Parkhi and A. Zisserman
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“Learning to detect concepts with Approximate Laplacian Eigenmaps in large-scale and online settings”
E. Mantziou, S. Papadopoulos and Y. Kompatsiaris
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“ImageCLEF Annotation with Explicit Context-Aware Kernel Maps”
H. Sahbi
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“Building effective SVM concept detectors from clickthrough data for large-scale image retrieval”
I. Sarafis, C. Diou and A. Delopoulos
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“Large image modality labeling initiative using semi-supervised and optimized clustering”
S. Vajda, D. You, S. Antani and G. Thoma
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“Distributed Cross-Media Multiple Binary Subspace Learning”
X. Zhao, C. Zhang and Z. Zhang
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The influence of image descriptors’ dimensions’ value cardinalities on large-scale similarity search
Theodoros Semertzidis, Dimitrios Rafailidis, Michael Gerassimos Strintzis, Petros Daras
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Multi-Bin search: improved large-scale content-based image retrieval
Abdelrahman Kamel, Youssef B. Mahdy, Khaled F. Hussain
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Generic multivariate model for color texture classification in RGB color space
Ahmed Drissi El Maliani, Mohammed El Hassouni, Yannick Berthoumieu, riss Aboutajdine
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aMM: Towards adaptive ranking of multi-modal documents
Mohammad Akbari, Liqiang Nie, Tat-Seng Chua
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Bregman pooling: feature-space local pooling for image classification
Alameen Najjar, Takahiro Ogawa, Miki Haseyama
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Region-based image retrieval using shape-adaptive DCT
Amina Belalia, Kamel Belloulata , Kidiyo Kpalma
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Studying the impact of sequence clustering on near-duplicate video retrieval: an experimental comparison
Yandan Wang, Mohammed Belkhatir
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Detection of social events in streams of social multimedia
Jonathon Hare, Sina Samangooei, Mahesan Niranjan, Nicholas Gibbins
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