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Key Objects Based Profile for a Content-Based Video Information Retrieval and Streaming System Using Viewpoint Invariant Regions

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5 Author(s)
Rasheed, W. ; Dept. of Inf. & Commun., Chosun Univ., Kwangju ; Junguk Beak ; Pankoo Kim ; Jonghun Chun
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This paper caters the need of acquiring the principal objects, characters, and scenes from a video in order to entertain the image based query. The movie frames are divided into frames with 2D representative images called "key frames". Various regions in a key frame are marked as key objects according to their textures and shapes. These key objects serve as a catalogue of regions to be searched and matched from rest of the movie, using viewpoint invariant regions calculation, providing the location, size, and orientation of all the objects occurring in the movie in the form of a set of structures collaborating as video profile. The profile provides information about occurrences of every single key object from every frame of the movie it exists in. This information can further ease streaming of objects over various network-based viewing qualities. Hence, the method provides an effective reduced profiling approach of automatic logging and viewing information through query by example (QBE) procedure, and deals with video streaming issues at the same time.

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Computational Sciences and Its Applications, 2008. ICCSA '08. International Conference on

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June 30 2008-July 3 2008