annotation text

annotation text

[‚an·ə′tā·shən ‚tekst]
(ordnance)
A descriptive text containing the identification, function, location, physical characteristics, and other information concerning a target or installation.
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The annotation is given by three columns: the exact matching character offset, the HPO accession number, and the annotation text (e.g., "[27::42] HP_0000110 | renal dysplasia").
It also allows the user to add text to an image and changes the underlying master image, so the annotation text will be saved along with the image.
Engineers can create information tags, labels or annotation text. ODBC connectivity lets users attach data links to objects, enabling access to related information from virtually any external data source.
As today's multimedia content becomes increasingly multi-modal with texts accompanying images and videos in the form of content description, transcribed text, or captions, current state-of-the-art multimedia search technology relies heavily on these collateral annotation texts to identify and retrieve images and video.