Conclusion

Conclusion

Raoul Pascal Pein (University of Huddersfield, UK), Joan Lu (University of Huddersfield, UK) and Wolfgang Renz (Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-1975-3.ch025
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Abstract

In this final chapter of the section, the conclusion of this book section is given. It is summarized how the initial hypothesis has been investigated and which answer has been found. A brief summary of the achievements as well as the intended future work in this area are presented.
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Future Work

The theoretical foundations of the part indicate several opportunities for further related research, e.g.:

  • Development of an intuitive CBIR user interface

  • Support for spatial information integrated into the query language handle local objects

  • Integration of an efficient image segmentation algorithm

  • Implementation of powerful fv, such as shape matching

  • Focus on higher scalability, e.g. stronger use of index structures and heuristics

  • Application of other efficient learning techniques to build query descriptors

  • Use of query descriptors to replace keywords in CBIR queries or to label images with unknown content

  • Improvement of the Boolean ranking mechanisms, e.g. by applying Bayesian combination rules

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