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Toward Generic Intelligent Knowledge Extraction from Video and Audio: The EU-Funded Caretaker Project

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The CARETAKER project, which is a 30-month project that has just kicked off, aims at studying, developing and assessing multimedia knowledge-based content analysis, knowledge extraction components, and metadata management sub-systems in the context of automated situation awareness, diagnosis and decision support. More precisely, CARETAKER will focus on the extraction of structured knowledge from large multimedia collections recorded over networks of cameras and microphones deployed in real sites. The produced audio-visual streams, in addition to surveillance and safety issues, could represent a useful source of information if stored and automatically analyzed, in urban/environment planning, resource optimization, disabled/elderly person monitoring

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Crime and Security, 2006. The Institution of Engineering and Technology Conference on

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13-14 June 2006