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Key frame extraction has been recognized as one of the important research issues in video information retrieval. Although progress has been made in key frame extraction, the existing approaches are either compu-tationally expensive or ineeective i n capturing salient visual content. In this paper, we rst discuss the importance of key frame selection; and(More)
In this paper, we propose a new image clustering algorithm, referred to as clustering using local discriminant models and global integration (LDMGI). To deal with the data points sampled from a nonlinear manifold, for each data point, we construct a local clique comprising this data point and its neighboring data points. Inspired by the Fisher criterion, we(More)
Recently, deep learning approach, especially deep Convolutional Neural Networks (ConvNets), have achieved overwhelming accuracy with fast processing speed for image classification. Incorporating temporal structure with deep ConvNets for video representation becomes a fundamental problem for video content analysis. In this paper, we propose a new approach,(More)
A better similarity mapping function across heterogeneous high-dimensional features is very desirable for many applications involving multi-modal data. In this paper, we introduce coupled dictionary learning (DL) into supervised sparse coding for multi-modal (cross-media) retrieval. We call this Supervised coupled-dictionary learning with group structures(More)
We present a new framework for multimedia content analysis and retrieval which consists of two independent algorithms. First, we propose a new semi-supervised algorithm called ranking with Local Regression and Global Alignment (LRGA) to learn a robust Laplacian matrix for data ranking. In LRGA, for each data point, a local linear regression model is used to(More)
With the development of Motion capture techniques, more and more 3D motion libraries become available. In this paper, we present a novel content-based 3D motion retrieval algorithm. We partition the motion library and construct a motion index tree based on a hierarchical motion description. The motion index tree serves as a classifier to determine the(More)
The number of digital images rapidly increases, and it becomes an important challenge to organize these resources effectively. As a way to facilitate image categorization and retrieval, automatic image annotation has received much research attention. Considering that there are a great number of unlabeled images available, it is beneficial to develop an(More)