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Video Segmentation via Temporal Pattern Classification

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3 Author(s)
Cooper, M. ; FX Palo Alto Lab., CA ; Liu, T. ; Rieffel, E.

We present a general approach to temporal media segmentation using supervised classification. Given standard low-level features representing each time sample, we build intermediate features via pairwise similarity. The intermediate features comprehensively characterize local temporal structure, and are input to an efficient supervised classifier to identify shot boundaries. We integrate discriminative feature selection based on mutual information to enhance performance and reduce processing requirements. Experimental results using large-scale test sets provided by the TRECVID evaluations for abrupt and gradual shot boundary detection are presented, demonstrating excellent performance

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Multimedia, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:9 ,  Issue: 3 )