Joshua S. Wachman

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This paper presents general purpose video analysis and annotation tools, which combine high-level and low-level information, and which learn through user interaction and feedback. The use of these tools is illustrated through the construction of two video browsers, which allow a user to fast forward (or rewind) to frames, shots, or scenes containing a(More)
This thesis investigates the role of learning in a video browsing venue. Regions of significant change are preselected automatically from video sequences in a television situation comedy. These regions, which often depict portions of actors, are presented to the user for interactive labeling. The user specifies regions which are positive and negative(More)
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