James A. Thom

Associate Professor of Document Computing at RMIT University in the School of Science.

Office: room 14.9.16 on the city campus.

Phone: +61 3 9925 2992

Fax: +61 3 9662 1617


Research

I am part of the RMIT Information Storage, Analysis and Retrieval group.

Publications

James A. Thom

PhD Students

List of current and past research students.

Research Projects

Current and recent ARC linkage projects:

Victorian Government Technology Voucher Program

Research Themes

My current research interests can be summarised under the following three main themes.

Theme 1: Structured Documents

Document structure can be represented by markup languages such as XML. Research interests under this theme include:

Theme 2: Ontologies

Knowledge can represented by markup languages such as RDF and OWL. Research interests under this theme include:

Theme 3: Image and Video Retrieval

Although much information is contained in text documents, other media are important, especially image and video. Research interests under this theme include:


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