Visual Information Systems by Clement LeungVisual Information Systems by Clement Leung

Visual Information Systems

EditorClement Leung

Paperback | September 29, 1997

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This book is a thoroughly arranged anthology outlining the state of the art in the emerging area of visual informationsystems. The chapters presented are a selection of thoroughly refereed and revised full papers first presented at the First International Conference on visual Information Systems held in February 1996. Next generation information systems have a high visual content, and there will be a shift in emphasis from a paradigm of predominantly alphanumeric data processing to one of visual information processing. The book provides a detailed introductory chapter, two keynotes by leading authorities, sections on design and architecture, database management and modelling, contend-based search and retrieval, feature extraction and indexing, query model and interface, and object recognition and content organization.
Title:Visual Information SystemsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:284 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0 inPublished:September 29, 1997Publisher:Springer Berlin Heidelberg

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ISBN - 10:3540636366

ISBN - 13:9783540636366

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Table of Contents

Characteristics and architectural components of Visual Information Systems.- Active visual information systems.- Towards direct mapping between visual information worlds and real worlds.- Visual data processing in multimedia systems.- Design of a distributed planetary image data archive based on an ATM network.- An object-oriented model for a visual information system of patient folders.- "Filmification" of methods and film databases.- Chain code-based shape representation and similarity measure.- Content-based retrieval using random verification of 1D cellular automata images.- Extracting complex tissues of MRI brain images using conjugate transformation for medical visual information systems.- A uniform framework for feature-based indexing and retrieval in visual information systems.- Navigational exploration and declarative queries in a prototype for visual information systems.- Incorporating typed links in a visual search tool for images on the Web.- Automatic acquisition of object models by relational learning.- System design for structured hypermedia generation.