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Complementary Video and Audio Analysis for Broadcast News Archives

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Complementary Video and Audio Analysis for Broadcast News Archives
The Informedia Digital Video Library system extracts information from digitized video sources and allows full content search and retrieval over all extracted data. This extracted 'metadata' enables users to rapidly find interesting news stories and to quickly identify whether a retrieved TV news story is indeed relevant to their query. This article highlights two unique features: named faces and location analysis. Named faces automatically associate a name with a face, while location analysis allows the user to visually follow the action in the news story on a map and also allows queries for news stories by graphically selecting a region on the map. 1 The Informedia Digital Video Library Project The Informedia Digital Video Library project [1], initiated in 1994, uniquely utilizes integrated speech, image and natural language understanding to process broadcast video. The project's goal is to allow search and retrieval in the video medium, similar to what is available to...
Howard D. Wactlar, Alexander G. Hauptmann, Michael
Added 17 Dec 2010
Updated 17 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2000
Where CACM
Authors Howard D. Wactlar, Alexander G. Hauptmann, Michael G. Christel, Ricky Houghton, Andreas M. Olligschlaeger
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