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Evaluation campaigns and TRECVid
An introduction to information retrieval (IR) evaluation from both a user and a system perspective is given, high-lighting that system evaluation is by far the most prevalent type of evaluation carried out. Expand
TRECVID 2015 - An Overview of the Goals, Tasks, Data, Evaluation Mechanisms and Metrics
The TREC Video Retrieval Evaluation (TRECVID) 2011 was a TREC-style video analysis and retrieval evaluation, the goal of which remains to promote progress in content-based exploitation of digitalExpand
Video shot boundary detection: Seven years of TRECVid activity
An overview of the TRECVid shot boundary detection task, a high-level overview ofThe most significant of the approaches taken, and a comparison of performances are presented, focussing on one year (2005) as an example. Expand
DUC in context
This paper examines several major themes running through three evaluations: SUMMAC, NTCIR, and DUC, with a concentration on DUC. Expand
The trecvid 2007 BBC rushes summarization evaluation pilot
An overview of a pilot evaluation of video summaries using rushes from several BBC dramatic series indicates that while it is difficult to exceed the performance of baselines, a few systems did. Expand
High-level feature detection from video in TRECVid: a 5-year retrospective of achievements
This chapter summarizes the work done on the TRECVid high-level feature task, showing the progress made year-on-year, and provides a fairly comprehensive statement on where the state-of-the-art is regarding this important task. Expand
The trecvid 2008 BBC rushes summarization evaluation
An evaluation of automatic video summarization systems run on rushes from several BBC dramatic series indicated that while it was still difficult to exceed the performance of the baseline on including ground truth, the baseline was outperformed by most other systems with respect to avoiding redundancy/junk and presenting the summary with a pleasant tempo/rhythm. Expand
TRECVID 2005 - An Overview
TRECVID 2005 represented the fifth running of a TREC-style video retrieval evaluation, the goal of which remained to promote progress in content-based retrieval from digital video via open,Expand