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Joint scene classification and segmentation based on hidden Markov model

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Scene classification and segmentation are fundamental steps for efficient accessing, retrieving and browsing large amount of video data. We have developed a scene classification scheme using a Hidden Markov Model (HMM)-based classifier. By utilizing the temporal behaviors of different scene classes, HMM classifier can effectively classify presegmented clips into one of the predefined scene classes. In this paper, we describe three approaches for joint classification and segmentation based on HMM, which search for the most likely class transition path by using the dynamic programming technique. All these approaches utilize audio and visual information simultaneously. The first two approaches search optimal scene class transition based on the likelihood values computed for short video segment belonging to a particular class but with different search constrains. The third approach searches the optimal path in a super HMM by concatenating HMM's for different scene classes.

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Multimedia, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:7 ,  Issue: 3 )