A First Summarization System of a Video in a Target Language

Abstract : In this paper, we present the first results of the project AMIS (Access Multilingual Information opinionS) funded by Chist-Era. The main goal of this project is to understand the content of a video in a foreign language. In this work, we consider the understanding process, such as the aptitude to capture the most important ideas contained in a media expressed in a foreign language. In other words, the understanding will be approached by the global meaning of the content of a support and not by the meaning of each fragment of a video. Several stumbling points remain before reaching the fixed goal. They concern the following aspects: Video summarization, Speech recognition, Machine translation and Speech segmentation. All these issues will be discussed and the methods used to develop each of these components will be presented. A first implementation is achieved and each component of this system is evaluated on a representative test data. We propose also a protocol for a global subjective evaluation of AMIS.
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MISSI 2018 - 11th edition of the International Conference on Multimedia and Network Information Systems, Sep 2018, Wrocław, Poland. pp.1-12, 2018
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Kamel Smaïli, Dominique Fohr, Carlos González-Gallardo, Michal Grega, Lucjan Janowski, et al.. A First Summarization System of a Video in a Target Language. MISSI 2018 - 11th edition of the International Conference on Multimedia and Network Information Systems, Sep 2018, Wrocław, Poland. pp.1-12, 2018. 〈hal-01819720〉

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