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The GIFT (the GNU Image-Finding Tool) is a Content Based Image Retrieval System (CBIRS). It enables you to do Query By Example on images, giving you the opportunity to improve query results by relevance feedback. For processing your queries the program relies entirely on the content of the images, freeing you from the need to annotate all images before querying the collection.
The GIFT is an open framework. The communication protocol for client-server communication, MRML, is XML based and fully documented.
GIFT 0.1.11 README Wolfgang Mueller 2004-06-11 IF YOU'RE ALLREADY RUNNING AN INSTALLATION OF A PREVIOUS VERSION OF THE GIFT, PLEASE DO READ THE "NEWS" FILE. The GIFT is a content based image retrieval system. That is, it enables the user to retrieve images from a collection without attaching text-based annotation to each image. For a no-problem-few-questions interactive insta more»
0.1.11 Unfortunately I have tested uploading to savannah using a faulty 0.1.10. As removing files from savannah is not possible, overwriting neither (apparently), I bump the version number to 0.1.11 0.1.10 The current version should digest very large collections now. It is tested with small collections only, but the relevant parts of the code use streampos instead of int now. THIS MEANS more»
gnuift (0.1.14-12) unstable; urgency=low * QA upload * Fix build failure with GCC 4.7. Closes: #667185. -- Matthias Klose <email@example.com> Mon, 28 May 2012 12:11:38 +0200 gnuift (0.1.14-11) unstable; urgency=low * QA upload * Transition to libmagick4 (closes: #625546, #629769): - replace build-dependency on "libmagick9-dev | libmagick-dev" by libmagickcore-dev - repla more»
2005-03-24 <firstname.lastname@example.org> * libMRML/cc/CAccessorAdminCollection.cc: * more»
Since: 2002 Robert Jordens: patches for making it easier to make Debian more»
Thanks a lot, to Arjen P. De Vries for testing the installation and the program. Thanks to Jon Snad more»
This package was debianized by Robert Jordens <email@example.com> on Thu, 4 Sep 2003 12:42:29 +020 more»