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  • @inbook{SMM2001,
    	vgclass =	{refpap},
    	vgproject =	{cbir,viper},
    	author =	{David McG.\ Squire and Henning M\"{u}ller and Wolfgang
    	M\"{u}ller and St\'{e}phane Marchand-Maillet and Thierry Pun},
    	title =	{Design and Evaluation of a Content-based Image Retrieval
    	booktitle =	{Design and Management of Multimedia Information Systems:
    	Opportunities and Challenges},
    	chapter =	{7},
    	pages =	{125--151},
    	publisher =	{Idea Group Publishing},
    	year =	{2001},
    	doi =	{},
    	abstract =	{The growth in size and accessibility of multimedia
    	databases have changed our approach to information retrieval.
    	Classical text-based systems show their limitations in the context of
    	multimedia retrieval.  In this chapter, we address the problem of
    	conceiving and evaluating a content-based image retrieval system.
    	First, we investigate the use of the query-by-example (QBE) paradigm as
    	a base paradigm for the development of a content-based image retrieval
    	system (CBIRS).  We show that it should be considered as a complement
    	to the classical textual-based paradigms.  We then evaluate the
    	capabilities of the most up-to-date computer vision techniques in
    	contributing to the realisation of such a system.  Further, beyond the
    	necessity of accurate image understanding techniques, we show that the
    	amount of data involved by the process of describing image content
    	should also be considered as an important issue.  This aspect of our
    	study is largely based on the experience acquired by the text retrieval
    	(TR) community, which we adapt to the context of CBIR.  Similarly, the
    	text retrieval community has also developed a significant experience in
    	evaluating retrieval systems, where judgements include subjectivity and
    	context dependency.  Extending this experience, we study a coherent
    	framework for performing the evaluation of a CBIRS.
    	As a practical example, we use our Viper CBIR system, using a novel
    	communication protocol called MRML to pinpoint the importance of the
    	sharing  of resource in facilitating the evaluation and therefore the
    	development of CBIRS.},