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Assisted keyword indexing for lecture videos using unsupervised keyword spotting

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Assisted keyword indexing for lecture videos using unsupervised keyword spotting
Many students use videos to supplement learning outside the classroom. This is particularly important for students with challenged visual capacities, for whom seeing the board during lecture is di cult. For these students, we believe that recording the lectures they attend and providing e↵ective video indexing and search tools will make it easier for them to learn course subject matter at their own pace. As a first step in this direction, we seek to help instructors create an index for their lecture videos using audio keyword search, with queries recorded by the instructor on their laptop and/or created from video excerpts. For this we have created an unsupervised within-speaker keyword spotting system. We represent audio data using de-noised, whitened and scale-normalized Mel Frequency Cepstral Coe cient (MFCC) features, and locate queries using Segmental Dynamic Time Warping (SDTW) of feature sequences. Our system is evaluated using introductory Linear Algebra lectures from instr...
Manish Kanadje, Zachary Miller, Anurag Agarwal, Ro
Added 09 Apr 2016
Updated 09 Apr 2016
Type Journal
Year 2016
Where PRL
Authors Manish Kanadje, Zachary Miller, Anurag Agarwal, Roger Gaborski, Richard Zanibbi, Stephanie Ludi
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