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Refocusing multimedia research on short clips

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3 Author(s)
Hart, P.E. ; Ricoh Innovations ; Piersol, K. ; Hull, J.J.

The multimedia authoring research agenda today, is searching for the proverbial killer application. We believe that multimedia's killer app might already be at hand-and it's focused around audio and video clips. But researchers aren't addressing critical open research issues because of the current focus on commercially produced, feature-length videos as an experimental corpus. The article focuses on the notion of multimedia clips, and most especially their retrieval, as a key enabler for the wide adoption of multimedia.

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MultiMedia, IEEE  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

July-Sept. 2005

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