Zohar Barzelay

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Cross-modal analysis offers information beyond that extracted from individual modalities. Consider a camcorder having a single microphone in a cocktail-party: it captures several moving visual objects which emit sounds. A task for audio-visual analysis is to identify the number of independent audio-associated visual objects (AVOs), pinpoint the AVOs'(More)
Cross-modal analysis offers information beyond one extracted from individual modalities. Consider a non-trivial scene, that includes several moving visual objects, of which some emit sounds. The scene is sensed by a camcorder having a single microphone. A task for audio-visual analysis is to assess the number of independent audio-associated visual objects(More)
Cross-modal analysis offers information beyond one extracted from individual modalities. Consider a non-trivial scene, that includes several moving visual objects, of which some emit sounds. The scene is sensed by a camcorder having a single microphone. A task for audio-visual analysis is to assess the number of independent audio-associated visual objects(More)
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