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|Title:||Video summarization by group scoring|
|Keywords:||Highest scored frames;Saliency detection;user-centred;Video summarization|
|Publisher:||IEEE Computer Society|
|Citation:||International Conference on Multimedia Computing and Systems (ICMCS), 2014 -Proceedings, 112 - 116, Marrakech, (14-16 April 2014)|
|Abstract:||In this paper a new model for user-centered video summarization is presented. Involvement of more than one expert in generating the final video summary should be regarded as the main use case for this algorithm. This approach consists of three major steps. First, the video frames are scored by a group of operators. Next, these assigned scores are averaged to produce a singular value for each frame and lastly, the highest scored video frames alongside the corresponding audio and textual contents are extracted to be inserted into the summary. The effectiveness of this approach has been evaluated by comparing the video summaries generated by this system against the results from a number of automatic summarization tools that use different modalities for abstraction.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Computer Science Research Papers|
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