Thesis Topic Details

Topic ID:
3076
Title:
Multimedia Search and Mining
Supervisor:
Jian Zhang
Research Area:
Image Processing
Associated Staff
Assessor:
Wei Wang
Topic Details
Status:
Active
Type:
R & D
Programs:
CS CE BIOM BINF SE
Group Suitable:
No
Industrial:
No
Pre-requisites:
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Description:
Recent multimedia information technologies (in terms of content analysis and management, and content representation) have rapidly developed and begun to move towards commercialization in some specific applications. Advances in image/video processing, computer vision, artificial intelligence and database technologies have been the major enablers for this phenomenon. While explosion of multimedia data brings us new challenges to multimedia content understanding, organization, presentation and search especially in terms of scalability. Both computational costs and performance are still far from satisfactory with the increase of multimedia data and the increase of semantic demands. While on the other hand, these increasing data as well as the massive grassroots users also provides us new opportunities to attack these challenges as well as conventional problems in multimedia analysis and computer vision. In this project, we will focus on fast advanced search for image and video contents, which sustainably contributes to the image/video retrieval. High level content description and representation of image and video is a direction of content analysis and management research, however it still remains a challenge today, and hence attracts the interest of this research group. It is possible to extend this project for a postgraduate research project at PhD level.
Comments:
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Past Student Reports
  Ji Un RYU in s2, 2012
Multimedia Search and Mining
 

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