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Refinement by browsing: an alternative to thumbnails

Author
Gabarro, J.; Vallejo, I.; Xhafa, F.; Stewart, A.; Clint, M.
Type of activity
Report
Date
2005-03
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/124919 Open in new window
Abstract
Thumbnails are widely used in image retrieval and browsing systems. The use of such images compacts information. However, in situations where there are a large number of images on a server site, the use of thumbnails may still result in unacceptable response times when a user has access to a limited bandwidth. In this paper a refinement technique is proposed as an alternative to using thumbnails. The technique allows a user to identify the contents of an image early in its transmission. An effic...
Citation
Gabarró, J., Vallejo, I., Xhafa, F., Stewart, A., Clint, M. "Refinement by browsing: an alternative to thumbnails". 2005.
Keywords
Image refinement, Thumbnails, URL
Group of research
ALBCOM - Algorithms, Computational Biology, Complexity and Formal Methods

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