A real-time user Interest Meter and its applications in home video summarizing

@article{Peng2010ARU,
  title={A real-time user Interest Meter and its applications in home video summarizing},
  author={Wei-Ting Peng and Chia-Han Chang and Wei-Ta Chu and Wei-Jia Huang and Chien-Nan Chou and Wen-Yan Chang and Yi-Ping Hung},
  journal={2010 IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo},
  year={2010},
  pages={849-854}
}
In this paper, we propose the Interest Meter (IM), a system making computer conscious of user's reactions, to measure user's interest in real time. The Interest Meter takes account of users' spontaneous reactions when users interact with computers. In this work, we analyze variations of user's eye movement, blink, head motion, and facial expression. Furthermore, we propose an algorithm to combine those signals into interest score and determine important parts of video shots when people watch… CONTINUE READING
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