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1998
8 years 10 months ago
Using Description Logics for Indexing Audiovisual Documents
Abstract We address the problem of indexing broadcast audiovisual documents (such as films, news). Starting from a collection of so-called shots, we aim at building automatically h...
Jean Carrive, François Pachet, Rémi ...
SIVP
2008
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Image indexing and retrieval using expressive fuzzy description logics
Abstract The effective management and exploitation of multimedia documents requires the extraction of the underlying semantics. Multimedia analysis algorithms can produce fairly ri...
Nikos Simou, Thanos Athanasiadis, Giorgos Stoilos,...
IRCDL
2008
8 years 10 months ago
Using MPEG-7 for Automatic Annotation of Audiovisual Content in eLearning Digital Libraries
In this paper we present a prototype system to enrich audiovisual contents with annotations, which exploits existing technologies for automatic extraction of metadata (such as OCR...
Giuseppe Amato, Paolo Bolettieri, Franca Debole, F...
ECIR
2003
Springer
8 years 10 months ago
Aggregated Feature Retrieval for MPEG-7
In this paper we present an initial study on the use of both high and low level MPEG-7 descriptions for video retrieval. A brief survey of current XML indexing techniques shows tha...
Jiamin Ye, Alan F. Smeaton
DOCENG
2004
ACM
9 years 2 months ago
A reduced yet extensible audio-visual description language
Enabling an intelligent access to multimedia data requires a powerful description language. In this paper, we demonstrate why the MPEG-7 standard fails to fulfill this task. We i...
Raphaël Troncy, Jean Carrive
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