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Multi-Modal Video Concept Extraction Using Co-Training

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Multi-Modal Video Concept Extraction Using Co-Training
For large scale automatic semantic video characterization, it is necessary to learn and model a large number of semantic concepts. A major obstacle to this is the insufficiency of labeled training samples. Semi-supervised learning algorithms such as cotraining may help by incorporating a large amount of unlabeled data, which allows the redundant information across views to improve the learning performance. Although co-training has been successfully applied in several domains, it has not been used to detect video concepts before. In this paper, we extend co-training to the domain of video concept detection and investigate different strategies of co-training as well as their effects to the detection accuracy. We demonstrate performance based on the guideline of the TRECVID’03 semantic concept extraction task.
Rong Yan, Milind R. Naphade
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ICMCS
Authors Rong Yan, Milind R. Naphade
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