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NAACL
2007
13 years 3 months ago
Situated Models of Meaning for Sports Video Retrieval
Situated models of meaning ground words in the non-linguistic context, or situation, to which they refer. Applying such models to sports video retrieval requires learning appropri...
Michael Fleischman, Deb Roy
ISM
2006
IEEE
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13 years 8 months ago
Automatic Production System of Soccer Sports Video by Digital Camera Work Based on Situation Recognition
We are studying about automatic production of soccer sports videos for easy understanding by using digital camera work on camera fixed videos. The digital camera work is a movie ...
Yasuo Ariki, Shintaro Kubota, Masahito Kumano
MM
2003
ACM
148views Multimedia» more  MM 2003»
13 years 7 months ago
Nonparametric color characterization using mean shift
Color is very useful in locating and recognizing objects that occur in artificial environments. The color histogram has shown its efficiency and advantages as a general tool for v...
Ling-Yu Duan, Min Xu, Qi Tian, Changsheng Xu
MM
2004
ACM
188views Multimedia» more  MM 2004»
13 years 8 months ago
A new method to segment playfield and its applications in match analysis in sports video
With the growing popularity of digitized sports video, automatic analysis of them need be processed to facilitate semantic summarization and retrieval. Playfield plays the fundame...
Shuqiang Jiang, Qixiang Ye, Wen Gao, Tiejun Huang
RIAO
2000
13 years 3 months ago
Statistical motion-based video indexing and retrieval
We propose an original approach for the characterization of video dynamic content with a view to supplying new functionalities for motion-based video indexing and retrieval with q...
Ronan Fablet, Patrick Bouthemy, P. Perez