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Within the scope of multimedia retrieval, the containment problem is the test of the membership of parts of an image in other images or image collections. This problem is a big challenge in multimedia retrieval because the semantics of elements in a multimedia document is user- or usage-dependent. The comparision of multimedia documents, especially images, using similarities is based on user-specified parts. Therefore, the similarity computations should be flexibly organized.
In this thesis, different approaches to solve the containment problem should be looked for and analyzed. The main focus lies on the matching process and the integration into the query language CQQL of the chair DBIS. A prototypical implementation of the most suitable approach should demonstrate its effectiveness.
- Contact: Prof. Ingo Schmitt
- Project: ForMaT ("Multimediale Ähnlichkeitssuche zum Matchen, Typologisieren und Segmentieren")
- Technologies: C++
- Courses: Multimedia retrieval
- Topic assignment: master thesis or diploma thesis