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User generated descriptions of individual images versus labels of groups of images: A comparison using basic level theory
Although images are visual information sources with little or no text associated with them, users still tend to use text to describe images and formulate queries. This is because digital libraries and search engines provide ...
Theories of cognition and image categorization: What category labels reveal about basic level theory
(John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2008)
Information search and retrieval interactions usually involve information content in the form of document collections, information retrieval systems and interfaces, and the user. To fully understand information search and ...