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TechWare: Mobile Media Search Resources

Mobile media search is a topic that has enjoyed rapid growth in consumer demand and hence receives a lot of attention from content providers and device manufacturers.

The combination of a large increase in computational power and an always-on broadband connection available everywhere at all times makes for an ideal device for all our social, business, and entertainment needs. Such devices provide a wide array of multimedia sensors such as a high-quality camera, a touch screen, audio-capturing abilities, and a global positioning system (GPS). The wide availability of the multimedia sensors makes additional input modalities more natural and many applications make good use of the added opportunities this provides. As a result, the importance of multimedia search has risen considerably given the explosion of devices attempting to locate content and the explosion of content generation itself.

To learn more about mobile media search, the interested readers can find a review of the recent progress in this field and a discussion on the enabling media indexing and query technologies, in the column article in the July issue of IEEE Signal Processing Magazine. This column article also lists some useful online links and resources for researchers in this field.

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