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Analysing the performance of visual, concept and text features in content-based video retrieval

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Analysing the performance of visual, concept and text features in content-based video retrieval
This paper describes revised content-based search experiments in the context of TRECVID 2003 benchmark. Experiments focus on measuring content-based video retrieval performance with following search cues: visual features, semantic concepts and text. The fusion of features uses weights and similarity ranks. Visual similarity is computed using Temporal Gradient Correlogram and Temporal Color Correlogram features that are extracted from the dynamic content of a video shot. Automatic speech recognition transcripts and concept detectors enable higher-level semantic searching. 60 hours of news videos from TRECVID 2003 search task were used in the experiments. System performance was evaluated with 25 pre-defined search topics using average precision. In visual search, multiple examples improved the results over single example search. Weighted fusion of text, concept and visual features improved the performance over text search baseline. Expanded query term list of text queries gave also nota...
Mika Rautiainen, Timo Ojala, Tapio Seppänen
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Year 2004
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Authors Mika Rautiainen, Timo Ojala, Tapio Seppänen
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