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Multimedia Information Seeking through Search and Hyperlinking

Abstract : Searching for relevant webpages and following hyperlinks to related content is a widely accepted and effective approach to information seeking on the textual web. Existing work on multimedia information retrieval has focused on search for individual relevant items or on content linking without specific attention to search results. We describe our research exploring integrated multimodal search and hyperlinking for multimedia data. Our investigation is based on the MediaEval 2012 Search and Hyperlinking task. This includes a known-item search task using the Blip10000 internet video collection, where automatically created hyperlinks link each relevant item to related items within the collection. The search test queries and link assessment for this task was generated using the Amazon Mechanical Turk crowdsourcing platform. Our investigation examines a range of alternative methods which seek to address the challenges of search and hyperlinking using multimodal approaches. The results of our experiments are used to propose a research agenda for developing effective techniques for search and hyperlinking of multimedia content.
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Maria Eskevich, Gareth J. F. Jones, Robin Aly, Roeland J.F. Ordelman, Shu Chen, et al.. Multimedia Information Seeking through Search and Hyperlinking. ACM International Conference on Multimedia Retrieval, ICMR 2013, Apr 2013, Dallas, United States. 8 p., 2 columns. ⟨hal-00867090⟩



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