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When I researched an article on multimedia search last year for [URL="http://www.econtentmag.com"]EContent Magazine[/URL], (The [URL="ttp://www.streamingmedia.com/article.asp?id=9879"]resulting article[/URL] was republished on Streamingmedia.com last December.) I learned in the course of my research that it's hard to search for non-text elements because they lack the contextual language of text. Seems logical enough, but the way most search engines get around this is by using the text-based metadata around the image or video to get searchers in the right neighborhood. It works in a 1990s sort of way, but what the world really needs is more advanced multimedia search. That's why my eyes popped …

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Hi, I'm trying to find a way for the user to draw an image on the screen, and then return a formal version of the image. This is a tool to enable practise writing symbols from an ancient language. What I mean by a formal version is the properly drawn one, so the user can see how to improve. I need to analyse the image they draw and find the most similar image to it. I've been doing a lot of research online for this. It seems much easier to find an exact match than the most similar one. I …

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