Abrupt shot boundary detection based on averaged two-dependence estimators learning
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Video shot boundary detection is the process of automatically detecting the meaningful boundary in video data. It becomes an essential pre-processing step to video analysis, summarisation and other content-based retrieval. Video frame feature representation also plays an important role in the process where it directly affects to the performance of the system. Histogram dissimilarity-based with the pre-processed features scheme are proposed to represent the temporal characteristic in videos. Motivated by the practical applications with moderate computational time, supervised abrupt shot boundary detection with averaged two-dependence estimators probabilistic classification learning scheme is proposed in this paper. The performance evaluation is performed by TRECVID 2007 videos dataset containing various types of video category. The performance of the proposed scheme can be expressed in terms of precision and recall to detect the correct abrupt video shot.
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Tippaya, S.; Sitjongsataporn, S.; Tan, Tele; Chamnongthai, K.; Khan, M. (2015)© 2015 IEEE.Video shot boundary detection or shot segmentation is an integral part of semantic video analysis. The objective of this process is to automatically detect the boundary region in video that further segment the ...
Tippaya, S.; Tan, Tele; Khan, M.; Chamnongthai, K. (2015)© 2015 IEEE.Video shot boundary detection is the process of automatically detecting the meaningful boundary content in video. Most shot boundary categorisation techniques use features extracted from the video frames to ...
Tippaya, S.; Sitjongsataporn, S.; Tan, Tele; Khan, M.; Chamnongthai, K. (2017)OAPA One of the essential pre-processing steps of semantic video analysis is the video shot boundary detection (SBD). It is the primary step to segment the sequence of video frames into shots. Many SBD systems using ...