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By Bart Lamiroy, Rafael Dueire Lins

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This publication constitutes the completely refereed post-conference lawsuits of the eleventh foreign Workshop on pix reputation, GREC 2015, held in Nancy, France, in August 2015. the ten revised complete papers provided have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 19 preliminary submissions. They comprise either classical and rising subject matters of images acceptance, particularly image recognizing; reputation in context; perceptual established ways and grouping; low point processing; off-line to online and interactive platforms; constitution dependent techniques; functionality overview and floor truthing; content material established retrieval.

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First, we establish the ranking between A1 and A2 by using the sum of the Kullback-Leibler divergence for all data elements. p D (Ai , Ωε ) = DKL (Ai (φk ) ||Ωε ) k=1 We can then apply the same definitions and techniques as in the previous sections. A1 ≺Ωε A2 iff D (A1 , Ωε ) >= D (A2 , Ωε ) or, in other terms, iff p p DKL (A1 (φk )||Ωε ) ≥ k=1 DKL (A2 (φk )||Ωε ) k=1 P A1 ≺Ω A2 A1 ≺Ωε A2 can now be computed following the same technique as described previously, by replacing the formal divergence formulae with a Monte-Carlo simulation.

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4) can be derived from the fact that the difference in disagreement of two algorithms with the ground truth is at worst their disagreement with one another. This can be easily observed from the extreme configurations where either D(A1 , A2 ) = 0 (and consequently D(A2 , Ω) = D(A1 , Ω)) or either D(A1 , A2 ) = D(A1 , Ω) + D(A2 , Ω). Given the fact that the divergence between Ω and Ωε is bounded by ε p we can deduce that D(Ai , Ω) − ε p ≤ D(Ai , Ωε ) ≤ D(Ai , Ω) + ε p (5) This implies, by combining (3) and (5), that D(A1 , Ω) ≤ D(A1 , A2 ) + D(A2 , Ωε ) + ε p (6) Similarly, by combining (4) and (5), we get D(A1 , Ω) ≥ D(A1 , A2 ) − D(A2 , Ωε ) − ε p (7) Therefore, and because of the symmetry of the demonstration, the divergence between any given algorithm with the (unknown) perfect ground truth, is bounded by the (known) disagreement between both algorithms and the assumed error level of the (known) tainted ground truth.

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