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RE: [help-GIFT] Lookinf for Feature Extraction & Search Algorithms

From: Phil McConchie
Subject: RE: [help-GIFT] Lookinf for Feature Extraction & Search Algorithms
Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2005 20:16:25 -0000

No, I haven't downloaded gift yet, I know I should have but never got around
to it.  Will do so soon and have a look in the FeatureExtraction folder.
Sounds like there could be just what I want in there!

I'll look into the vanilla Java and sox options too.  Thanks for the

Cheers, Phil.

-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:address@hidden On Behalf Of Wolfgang
Sent: 30 January 2005 16:53
To: Phil McConchie
Cc: address@hidden
Subject: Re: [help-GIFT] Lookinf for Feature Extraction & Search Algorithms

Dear Phil,

On Thu, 27 Jan 2005, Phil McConchie wrote:

> Does anyone have any multimedia file feature extraction algorithms and
> feature set search algorithms they could email me?
> Ideally they would be implemented in Java; 'next ideally' as it were, they
> would be either implemented in C++ 

I guess you already looked into the FeatureExtraction subfolder of the GIFT

> or just explained in a document (from
> which I would convert them into Java).
> I would like to get hold of a couple search and a couple extraction
> (preferably for different media types) use with a MRML client and server I
> am developing.

Howz it going? Any sources look-at-able, yet?

> Cheers, Phil.
> PS:  It would be great to at least get algorithms for jpeg, gif, wav and

In fact, vanilla (i.e. SUN's) JAVA is able to read jpeg and gif out of
the box. I personally found the JAVA sound API very flexible but
surely not the thing for the quick hack. Someone suggested me sox to
use for quick hacking. However, I guess you want to stay pure JAVA for
easy installing, right?

> perhaps even one other for a more complex type of file such as some type
> video.


Dr. Wolfgang Mueller
LS Medieninformatik
Universitaet Bamberg

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