Beyond information retrieval: information discovery and multimedia information retrieval
Keywords:information retrieval, information discovery, multimedia information retrieval, content-based retrieval, discovery tool, linked data, semantic web
The paper compares the current methodologies for search and discovery of information and information resources: terminological search and term-based language, own of information retrieval (IR); semantic search and information discovery, being developed mainly through the language of linked data; semiotic search and content-based language, experienced by multimedia information retrieval (MIR).MIR semiotic methodology is, then, detailed.
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