On this page you find information about the course "Multimedia Retrieval", which is given by Andreas Nürnberger in summer term 2012. This page will be updated regularly throughout the semester.
Multimedia Retrieval (MIR) considers information search in non or less structured multimedia data sets. Examples for applications are web search engines, digital libraries and multimedia archives like music, picture or video data bases. As part of this course the basic MIR concepts will be introduced and discussed based on diverse application examples. Since the content based search is important, also different methods for representing and indexing content of texts and multimedia objects will be presented.
Requirements for Participation in the Final Exam
There will be exercise sheets for the exercises. You need to "vote" for exercise tasks. By "voting" for a task the student shows that she / he is able to present this task in front of the class. (Possible solutions will be discussed. They do not need to be correct. However, we expect that the "voter" is well prepared and is able to present at least an initial solution in front of the class.) The tasks will be split up into 2 groups: programming tasks and other tasks. The programming tasks will be marked as such.
The requirements for participation in the final exam (oral or written) are:
- at least 66% of all programming points,
- at least 66% of votes for all other exercise tasks and
- at least one time presentation of a solution in front of the class.
The requirements for the "Schein" (without a mark) are pass of a short colloquium of approximatly 10 minutes or pass of the written exam at the end of the semester. (If an oral or written exam is offered will be announced on this page.)
Dates and Rooms
|Lecture||Tu, 17-18:30 o'clock||10.04.2012||G22A-216|
|Exercise||Tu, 09:15-10:45 o'clock||17.04.2012||
|Exercise||Th, 11:15-12:45 o'clock||26.04.2012||
On July, 3rd rather July, 5th the presentation of the 2nd programming task will take place.
On July, 10th rather July, 12th a revision of the exercise and the lecture will take place.
The written exam takes place on July, 19th (11-13 o'clock) in G29-307.
Further information about the lecture and exercise can be found in the LSF portal.
If you have any questions about the lecture or the exercises, please contact us via e-mail:
- Marcus Nitsche
- 0. General Course Info
- 1. Introduction
- 2. Vector Space Model
- 3. Evaluation
- 4. Structuring
- 5. MPEG-7 Overview
- 6. MPEG-7 Visual Descriptors (related work: MPEG 7 - Visual Shape Descriptors)
- 7. Video-Retrieval
- 8. Audio-Retrieval
- 9. MPEG-7 Audio Descriptors
- 10. Algorithms and Data Structures
- 11. Human Computer Interaction in IR
- Exercise 01
- Exercise 02 (until 08./11.05.2012, solution for task 2.2, programming task until 14.05.2012, 12:00 PM)
- Exercise 03 (until 15./17.05.2012)
- Exercise 04 (until 22./24.05.2012)
- Exercise 05 (until 29./31.05.2012, programming task until 25.06.2012, 12:00 AM)
- Exercise 06 (until 05./07.06.2012)
- Exercise 07 (until 12./14.06.2012)
- Exercise 08 (until 19./21.06.2012)
- Exercise 09 (until 26./28.06.2012)
- Exercise 10 (until 03./05.07.2012)
- Inverted Index + Lucene Quick Tutorial
- Pearson Algorithm.jpg
- HowToUse mpeg7bindings
- MPEG Video Coding
- Ähnlichkeitssuche in Multimedia-Datenbanken
Oldenbourg Wissenschaftsverlag GmbH, München, 2005.
- Modern Information Retrieval
Ricardo Baeza-Yates and Berthier Ribiero-Neto
Addison Wesley, 1999.
- Foundations of Statistical Natural Language Processing
Chris Manning and Hinrich Schütze
MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1999.
- Information Retrieval: Data Structures and Algorithms
William B. Frakes and Ricardo Baeza-Yates
- Soft Computing in Information Retrieval
Fabio Crestani and Gabriella Pasi
Physica Verlag, 2000.
Links to other Web Pages
- Information Retrieval book by C. J. van Rijsbergen
- Information Retrieval journal, Kluwer
- ACM Special Interest Group on Information Retrieval