A generic framework of user attention model and its application in video summarization

@article{Ma2005AGF,
  title={A generic framework of user attention model and its application in video summarization},
  author={Yu-Fei Ma and Xian-Sheng Hua and Lie Lu and HongJiang Zhang},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Multimedia},
  year={2005},
  volume={7},
  pages={907-919}
}
Due to the information redundancy of video, automatically extracting essential video content is one of key techniques for accessing and managing large video library. In this paper, we present a generic framework of a user attention model, which estimates the attentions viewers may pay to video contents. As human attention is an effective and efficient mechanism for information prioritizing and filtering, user attention model provides an effective approach to video indexing based on importance… CONTINUE READING

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