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|Title:||An unified approach for multimedia document representation and document similarity|
|Citation:||Proceedings - 17th IEEE International Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, CSE 2014, Jointly with 13th IEEE International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing and Communications, IUCC 2014, 13th International Symposium on Pervasive Systems, Algorithms, and Networks, I-SPAN 2014 and 8th International Conference on Frontier of Computer Science and Technology, FCST 2014, 2015, Vol., , pp.249-256|
|Abstract:||In the recent years, the evolution in multimedia technology has accelerated the growth of multimedia data. Even though the multimedia data are heterogeneous, the rich information they carry has made a high demand for sophisticated multimedia knowledge discovery systems. To mine the knowledge from multimedia document, each type of multimedia data has to undergo unique processing and knowledge discovery processes because of its uniqueness. However, this procedure of processing and analyzing each type of multimedia data separately may make the system more complicated in case of large databases. Alternatively, it will be more advantageous if heterogeneous objects are represented in a common domain, such that the similar processing and knowledge discovery methods can be used. Motivated by this concept, a method known as domain converter is proposed to represent the heterogeneous multimedia objects in a spatial domain. Also based on information theory, a similarity measure is proposed to find the similarity between the documents. To evaluate the proposed framework, the experiments have been conducted for the retrieval of multimedia documents. The proposed domain converter represents the multimedia document in a homogeneous domain, and with the proposed similarity measure, better document retrieval rate has been achieved. � 2014 IEEE.|
|Appears in Collections:||2. Conference Papers|
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