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The THESEUS/ImageCLEF Workshop on Visual Information Retrieval Evaluation was held in Corfu, Greece on September 29, 2009 and invited contributions from the following fields:
The workshop was open to everyone interested in one of the fields. Registration was free.
The workshop was co-located with the CLEF 2009 Workshop(http://www.clef-campaign.org/)
Date: September 29, 2009
Organizers: Peter Dunker, Henning Müller, Stefanie Nowak, Judith Liebetrau
Location: University of Corfu, Greece, Department of Informatics, Plateia Tsirigoti 7, Aretaios Building, Room 3, Second Floor (see numbers 7,8).
The THESEUS/ImageCLEF workshop follows the tradition of preceeding QUAERO and MUSCLE Workshops between 2005 and 2008. The aim of this workshop is similar to the aim of its predecessors in giving better perspective to participants of ImageCLEF and allow for discussion of topics related to visual information retrieval. Additionally, a special focus is set on information retrieval supported by structured knowledge, e.g. by using ontologies.
Here you can find the detailed Call for Papers.
The Workshop Program is now available. Additionally, a Proceedings Preview with all paper titles and all authors is now available. The proceedings are published with ISBN and can be accessed at the Fraunhofer Verlag (the full text .pdf is available here). The proceedings were handed out to the participants of the workshop in digital and printed form.
|9:30h||Henning Müller||Opening - Welcome to Workshop/ Overview ImageCLEF 2009|
|9:45h||Panayiotis Vlamos||Welcome of the University|
|10:00h||Ralf Schäfer||Invited Keynote: Theseus Project - Semantic and Image Processing Technologies and its Applications (slides)|
|10:45h||Jussi Karlgren||Affect, Appeal, and Sentiment as Factors Influencing Interaction with Multimedia Information (slides)|
|11:25h||Mark Huiskes||Hierarchical Annotation of Large Image Collections (slides)|
|11:45h||Stefanie Nowak||A Consumer Photo Tagging Ontology: Concepts and Annotations (slides)|
|12:05h||Theodora Tsikrika||Are clickthrough data reliable as image annotations? (slides)|
|12:25h||István Petrás||SzTAKI@ImageCLEF 2009 (slides)|
|14:45h||Stefan Rüger||Invited Keynote: More than a thousand words (slides)|
|15:30h||Hugo Jair||On the SAIAPR TC-12 Benchmark (slides)|
|15:50h||Teerapong Leelanupab||Application and Evaluation of Multi-Dimensional Diversity (slides)|
|16:30h||Alexander Loos||Evaluation of Algorithms for the Summarization of Photo Collections (slides)|
|16:50h||Alexander Dmitruk||Multidimensional structural descriptors for medical image retrieval (slides)|
|17:10h||Adil Alpokocak||Ontology-based Annotation and Retrieval System for Digital Mammography Images (slides)|
Stefan Rüger, Knowledge Media Institute, The Open University
Title: "More than a thousand words"
This talk examines the challenges and opportunities of Multimedia Search, i.e., finding multimedia by fragments, examples and excerpts. What is the state-of-the-art in finding known items in a huge database of images? Can your mobile phone take a picture of a statue and tell you about its artist and significance? What is the importance of geography as local context of queries? To which extent can automated image annotation from pixels help the retrieval process? Does external knowledge in terms of ontologies or other resources help the process along?
24.07.2009 – Paper Submission Deadline (Extended Abstract)
15.08.2009 – Authors Notification
01.09.2009 – Final Paper Submission (Camera Ready)
29.09.2009 – Theseus/ImageCLEF Workshop in Corfu
To contact the organizers, please send an email to email@example.com.
|Call for Papers.pdf||129.57 KB|
|Theseus_ImageCLEF_Call for Papers.pdf||217.48 KB|
|The SAIAPR TC12 Benchmark.pdf||594.62 KB|