26, June 2012 | Published : Projects |
Intuitive and personalised navigation through large image databases
eGonomy as a R&D project intends to develop an intuitive search engine that provides a new way to explore large databases based on behaviour analysis. Applied to image databases, primarily focused on the photographic collection of the Réunion des Musées Nationaux (that contains ca. 550 000 images), the engine will quickly identify images of interest to the amateur and professional user. Threfore the project is based on dynamic profiling, fuzzy logic, contributive annotation and data visualization.
eGonomy is realised by the start-up MOBEN FACT (project manager), the Réunion des Musées Nationaux (RMN, photo agency), the PME PERTIMM, ART&FACT, XEDIX, TECDEV, the public research labs CEA-LIST, LIRIS and LUTIN and the Institute for Research and Innovation Centre Pompidou (IRI).
For more information please visit the project website: http://www.egonomy.net/