Retrieving Images from the Internet
How to improve the quality of image search results?
Retrieving text over the internet is a time consuming endeavour, but "easy" compared to the difficulties of image retrieval. This is a challenge that experts working in brand infringements, business intelligence or journalism, for example, are confronted with.
- What are the difficulties inherent to image retrieval?
- Which features can be used to describe an image?
- Which kind of information do Web search engines use in order to find images?
- Which alternative information can be used?
- Tips and tricks to improve image search results.
- What is relevance feedback?
- How does a computer try to recognize a specific object (e.g. dog, car) in an image?
- Why are image search results often so unreliable?
- How to choose the best search engine for a specific query.
- What does the future of image search promise?
After this training, you will be able to find the images you are looking for more effectively and with a higher level of precision. You will understand how to get the maximum out of web search tools for image retrieval purposes.
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