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Video Summarization Based on User-defined Constraints and Preferences

Abstract : In this work we propose a versatile approach to an automatic video summarization problem. In contrast to rigid schemes it allows a user to specify his preferences concerning desirable content of a summary by imposing constraints on the video segments features. Multiple signal-level and semantic-level features extracted from both the audio and the video streams are combined in this way in order to select relevant video fragments for a summary. As these fragments are selected globally for the whole video, some higher level semantic segments may be missed in the summary. To avoid this, amodified technique is proposed that generates a kind of a summary which we call a digest that preserves the semantic structure of the video.
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Vyacheslav Parshin, Liming Chen. Video Summarization Based on User-defined Constraints and Preferences. RIAO '04 Coupling approaches, coupling media and coupling languages for information retrieval , Apr 2004, Vaucluse, France. pp.18-24. ⟨hal-01588367⟩



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