Zenith scientific seminar: Alexis Joly, “Searching and Mining Big multimedia data: recent works, perspectives and application to botanical data management”, June 18, 2012

Alexis Joly will present a recent work on Searching and Mining Big multimedia data in this Zenith scientific seminar, in room G.127, at 10:30.

Abstract: NoSQL technologies started bridging the gap between information retrieval and data management technologies. In this context, content-based indexing and mining methods offer new perspectives towards managing large collections of unstructured and heterogeneous documents. In this talk, I will first present some of my recent works on high-dimensional data hashing and distributed KNN-search that were typically developed for content-based image retrieval applications. I will then introduce some ongoing works and more generic perspectives based on these technologies, notably in the context of botanical data management.


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