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To learn representativeness of video frames

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To learn representativeness of video frames
With the rapid explosion of video data, compact representation of videos is becoming more and more desirable for efficient browsing and communication, which leads to a number of research works on video summarization in recent years. Among these works, summaries based on a set of still frames are frequently studied and applied due to its high compactness. However, the representativeness of the selected frames, which are taken as the compact representation of the video or video segment, has not been well studied. It is observed that frame representativeness is highly related to the following elements: image quality, user attention measure, visual details, and displaying duration. It is also observed that users have similar tendency in selecting the most representative frame for a certain video segment. In this paper, we developed a method to examine and evaluate the representativeness of video frames based on learning users’ perceptive evaluations. Categories and Subject Descriptors: ...
Hong-Wen Kang, Xian-Sheng Hua
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where MM
Authors Hong-Wen Kang, Xian-Sheng Hua
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