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A Human-based Technique for Measuring Video Data Similarity

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A Human-based Technique for Measuring Video Data Similarity
The increasing use of multimedia streams nowadays necessitates the development of efficient and effective methodologies for manipulating databases storing them. Moreover, content-based access to multimedia databases requires in its retrieval stage to effectively assess the similarity of video data. This work proposes a new technique for measuring video data similarity that attempts to model some of the factors that reflect human notion in evaluating video data similarity. This model presents one step towards designing intelligent contentbased video retrieval systems capable of measuring the similarity among video clips in a way similar to what humans do. The performance of the proposed model was tested in terms of recall and precision of the retrieved results where the system yielded very satisfactory values of recall and precision under various testing scenarios.
Waleed E. Farag, Hussein M. Abdel-Wahab
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Year 2003
Where ISCC
Authors Waleed E. Farag, Hussein M. Abdel-Wahab
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