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Sketch-Based Images Database Retrieval

S. Matusiak, M. Daoudi, T. Blu, O. Avaro

Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Advances in Multimedia Information Systems (MIS'98), Istanbul, Turkey, September 24-26, 1998, pp. 185-191.



This paper describes an application allowing content-based retrieval that can thus be considered as an MPEG-7 example application. The application may be called "sketch-based database retrieval" since the user interacts with the database by means of sketches. The user draws its request with a pencil: the request image is then a binary image that comprises a contour on a uniform bottom.


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