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Video retrieval using dialogue, keyframe similarity and video objects

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Video retrieval using dialogue, keyframe similarity and video objects
There are several different approaches to video retrieval which vary in sophistication, and in the level of their deployment. Some are well-known, others are not yet within our reach for any kind of large volumes of video. In particular, object-based video retrieval, where an object from within a video is used for retrieval, is often particularly desirable from a searcher's perspective. In this paper we introduce F?ISCHL ?AR-SIMPSONS, a system providing retrieval from an archive of video using any combination of text searching, keyframe image matching, shot-level browsing, as well as object-based retrieval. The system is driven by user feedback and interaction rather than having the conventional search/browse/search metaphor and the purpose of the system is to explore how users can use detected objects in a shot as part of a retrieval task.
Paul Browne, Alan F. Smeaton
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ICIP
Authors Paul Browne, Alan F. Smeaton
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