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Hybrid narrative and categorical strategies for interactive and dynamic video presentation generation

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Hybrid narrative and categorical strategies for interactive and dynamic video presentation generation
There are a number of different approaches for automatically selecting video clips from a video database and sequencing them into meaningful presentations for viewers. The video database represents a multidimensional video hyperspace, and the sequencing algorithms function as (interactive) dynamic linking and path generation techniques within this hyperspace. Sequencing has been based upon either a narrative or a categorical model of video form. Each of these forms has its respective advantages and disadvantages, and varying suitability for different applications. The two primary forms may also be combined into several hybrid forms, both at the same level and at different levels of the syntactic composition of video sequences, to provide more options for authoring interactive dynamic video productions. Narrative, categorical, and hybrid sequence generation strategies can be applied to a variety of media modalities, including the automated generation of behaviour within virtual environ...
Craig A. Lindley, Frank Nack
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Type Journal
Year 2000
Where NRHM
Authors Craig A. Lindley, Frank Nack
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