Jason Chaves

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We address the challenge of using image queries to retrieve video clips from a large database. Using binarized Fisher Vectors as global signatures, we present three novel contributions. First, an asymmetric comparison scheme for binarized Fisher Vectors is shown to boost retrieval performance by 0.27 mean Average Precision, exploiting the fact that query(More)
Reproducible research in the area of visual search depends on the availability of large annotated datasets. In this paper, we address the problem of querying a video database by images that might share some contents with one or more video clips. We present a new large dataset, called <i>Stanford I2V</i>. We have collected more than 3; 800 hours of newscast(More)
We consider the problem of using image queries to retrieve videos from a database. Our focus is on large-scale applications, where it is infeasible to index each database video frame independently. Our main contribution is a framework based on Bloom filters, which can be used to index long video segments, enabling efficient image-to-video comparisons. Using(More)
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