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Panel. Hastings, s., Iyer, H., Neal, D., Rorissa, A., & Yoon, J. Social computing, folksonomies, and image tagging: Reports from the research front. ASIS&T COnference, 2007.

Presentation. Chen, Chaomei. Collective Intelligence and Sense Making (PPT). Drexel University, 2006.

Presentation. Hastings, Samantha. User Input Into Image Retrieval Design (PPT). University of North Texas, 2005.

Presentation. Jeong, Wooseob. Force Feedback in Video Games (PPT). University of Wisconsin, 2005.

Presentation. Lewis, Elise. Defining the Colors of 3D Objects (PPT). University of North Texas, 2005.

Presentation. Rorissa, Abebe. Feature Sets Based Similarity Measures for Image Retrieval (PPT). State University of New York (Albany), 2005.

Presentation. Jorgensen & Jorgensen, Corinne and Peter. An Exploration of Visual Indexing: Problems and Prospects (PPT). PDF version. Florida State University, 2004.

Article. Jorgensen, Peter E. A Flexible Image Browsing Interface Tester: Design, Implementation and Preliminary Results in a Face Recognition Test (PDF). PPT Presentation. Florida State University, 2004.

Article. Jorgensen, C.Images and Visualization at the 9thASIS SIG/CR Classification Research Workshop. Univeresity of BUffalo, 1999.

Bibliography. Robert Korfhage, one of the intellectual fathers of the visual information retrieval effort in both Europe and North America, contributed this bibliography to a Perspectives issue of Journal of the Association for Information Science (JASIS) on Visual Information Retrieval Interfaces. It is reprinted here with permission from JASIS. Robert Kohfhage, 1997.

Article. O'Connor, Brian. Pictures, Aboutness, and User-Generated Descriptors. Emporia State University, 1996.

Artilce. Turner, J.Issues in Shot-Level Indexing of Moving Images: What Constitutes a Shot?. Universite de Montreal.


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