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Title: Contextual information based multimedia indexing
Authors: WANG YONG
Keywords: Video Indexing, Establishment Shot, Time-to-Collision Shot, Object Tracking Shot, Contextual Information
Issue Date: 20-Dec-2003
Citation: WANG YONG (2003-12-20). Contextual information based multimedia indexing. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The structure of videos can be analogous to the structure of a language to a certain extent, although not very accurate. In the research community of speech recognition, the first proposed task is recognizing a single syllable, then comes the recognition of a single word. Just like that from continuously juxtaposed words, we can derive the special meaning of a sentence, our argument is that a special kind of shot can also be a significant clue to the understanding of a sequence. In this work, we have proposed the algorithms of detecting three kinds of video shots: establishment shot, time-to-collision shot and tracking shot. We have explored the idea of how to use these shots in the understanding of a movie sequences from the rules in cinematography.
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