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Evaluation of intelligent camera control systems based on cognitive models of comprehension

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Evaluation of intelligent camera control systems based on cognitive models of comprehension
We propose a novel evaluation methodology for intelligent camera control systems based on established techniques of measuring story comprehension from cognitive psychology. The proposed methodology can be used specifically for evaluating the effectiveness of the camera system in communicating the story. We introduce a psychological model of question answering called QUEST and present a preliminary evaluation design of videos automatically generated by Darshak, an intelligent cinematic camera planning system. Initial results from our analysis are encouraging and motivate further work in evaluation of intelligent camera control systems as well as cognitive models of story comprehension through the visual medium. Keywords Intelligent Camera Control, Computational Models of Narrative, Discourse Comprehension, Visual Discourse Categories and Subject Descriptors H.5.1 [Information Interfaces and Presentation]: Multimedia Information Systems—Evaluation/Methodology
Arnav Jhala, R. Michael Young
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where FDG
Authors Arnav Jhala, R. Michael Young
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