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Interactive video search tools: a detailed analysis of the video browser showdown 2015
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We present the last installment of the Video Browser Showdown 2015 which was held in conjunction with the International Conference on MultiMedia Modeling 2015 (MMM 2015) and has the stated aim of pushing for a better integration of the user into the search process. Expand
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Video browsing interfaces and applications: a review
We present a comprehensive review of the state of the art in video browsing and retrieval systems, with special emphasis on interfaces and applications. There has been a significant increase inExpand
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Content-based processing and analysis of endoscopic images and videos: A survey
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In recent years, digital endoscopy has established as key technology for medical screenings and minimally invasive surgery. Expand
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Video Browsing Using Interactive Navigation Summaries
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A new approach for interactive video browsing is described. A first user study has shown that our approach can significantly outperform standard soft video players - the state-of-the art "poor man's" video browsing tool. Expand
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Visualization of video motion in context of video browsing
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We present a new approach for video browsing using visualization of motion direction and motion intensity statistics by color and brightness variations. Expand
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V3C1 Dataset: An Evaluation of Content Characteristics
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In this work we analyze content statistics of the V3C1 dataset, which is the first partition of theVimeo Creative Commons Collection (V3C). Expand
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The Video Browser Showdown: a live evaluation of interactive video search tools
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The Video Browser Showdown evaluates the performance of exploratory video search tools on a common data set in a common environment and in presence of the audience. Expand
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Keyframe extraction in endoscopic video
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We propose a new keyframe extraction approach for this special video domain and show that our method is significantly better than a previously proposed approach. Expand
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Relevance Segmentation of Laparoscopic Videos
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In recent years, it became common to record video footage of laparoscopic surgeries. Expand
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Segmentation of recorded endoscopic videos by detecting significant motion changes
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We propose a new method for segmentation of endoscopic videos, based on spatial and temporal differences of motion in these videos. Expand
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