|title ||Multimedia Information Systems|
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|prequisites ||IS273, CS212 |
|credit hours ||3|
|Description/Outcomes ||This course explains how the different media in a special database can be handled. The course introduces the students to the technologies of ing, deleting and updating Images, Video, Audio, and documents data in Multimedia databases and the main characteristics of these types of data. Topics included in this course are image feature extraction, relevance feedback in content-based image retrieval, video segmentation, video indexing and retrieval, Text retrieval, Semantic models for multimedia database searching and browsing, and Multimedia retrieval framework and trends.rn|
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|objectives ||1. Understand the concept of multimedia information retrieval.|
2. Understand the principles,applications, trends, and pertinent issues of Multimedia information systems and sciences.
3. Create database for indexing and searching multimedia information.
4. Design and implement retrieval software for multimedia data.
5. Analyze and solve problems related to multimedia databases by using Multimedia software.
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|ref. books ||David Feng, Multimedia Information Retrieval and Management, Springer.|
International Conference on Multimedia & Network Information Systems.
International Journal of Multimedia Information Retrieval
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|textbook ||Ze Nian Li and Mark Drew, “Fundamentals of Multimedia”, Prentice-Hall, 2014.|
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