By Gareth J. F. Jones (auth.), Andreas Nürnberger, Marcin Detyniecki (eds.)
This e-book is a longer choice of contributions that wereoriginally subm- ted to the first overseas Workshop on Adaptive Multimedia Retrieval (AMR 2003), which used to be equipped as a part of the twenty sixth German convention on Arti?cial Intelligence (KI 2003),and held in the course of September 15–18,2003at the college of Hamburg, Germany. prompted via the general good fortune of the workshop – as printed by way of the stimulating surroundings throughout the workshop and the variety of very and lively contributors – we ?nally made up our minds to edit a publication in line with revised papers that have been at the beginning submitted to the workshop. moreover, we invited a few extra introductory contributions with the intention to have the ability to supply a conclusive e-book on present subject matters within the quarter of adaptive multimedia retrieval structures. we are hoping that we have been capable of prepare a stimulating choice of articles for the reader. we adore to thank the organizationcommittee of the twenty sixth German convention on Arti?cial Intelligence (KI 2003) for offering the environment and the admin- trative aid in figuring out this workshop as a part of their software. specially, we love to thank Christopher Habel for selling the workshop as a part of the convention software and Andreas Gun ¨ ther for his style help during the association process.
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Adaptive Multimedia Retrieval: First International Workshop, AMR 2003, Hamburg, Germany, September 15-16, 2003, Revised Selected and Invited Papers by Gareth J. F. Jones (auth.), Andreas Nürnberger, Marcin Detyniecki (eds.)