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Analysis of Gesture and Action in Technical Talks for Video Indexing

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Analysis of Gesture and Action in Technical Talks for Video Indexing
111 thi.) puper, we present un uutomutic. system fi,r UIIulyzing and unnotuting video sequences of trchnicrd tulks. Our method uses U robust motion estiniution tec,hnique tci detect k e ~frunzes und segment the video sequence into subsequences cmtuining a single overhead slide. The subsequences ure stabilized to remove motion that o m mwhen the speukeradjusts their slides. Any chunges remuining betweenfrunzes in the stubilized sequencxs muy be due to speuker gestures such uspointing or writing and we use uc-tivec~intour.~ to automaticdl~truck these potential gestures. Given the construined domuin we dejine U simple "voc-ubu1un." cguctions which ~ ' u neusily be recognized bused on the active c~intourshupe and motion. The recognized actionsprovide U rich unnotution ofthe sequence that cun be used to ucces.sa condensed version of the tulkfrom U webpuge.
Shanon X. Ju, Michael J. Black, Scott L. Minneman,
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Type Conference
Year 1997
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Authors Shanon X. Ju, Michael J. Black, Scott L. Minneman, Don Kimber
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