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Weakly-Supervised Violence Detection in Movies with Audio and Video Based Co-training

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Weakly-Supervised Violence Detection in Movies with Audio and Video Based Co-training
In this work, we present a novel method to detect violent shots in movies. The detection process is split into two views–––the audio and video views. From the audio-view, a weakly-supervised method is exploited to improve the classification performance. And from the video-view, we use a classifier to detect violent shots. Finally, the auditory and visual classifiers are combined in a co-training way. The experimental results on several movies with violent contents preliminarily show the effectiveness of our method.
Jian Lin, Weiqiang Wang
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Updated 26 Jul 2010
Type Conference
Year 2009
Where PCM
Authors Jian Lin, Weiqiang Wang
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