Automatic Scene Extraction in Motion Pictures

  title={Automatic Scene Extraction in Motion Pictures},
  author={Ba Tu Truong and S. Venkatesh and Chitra Dorai},
This paper addresses the challenge of bridging the semantic gap between the rich meaning users desire when they query to locate and browse media and the shallowness of media descriptions that can be computed in today’s content management systems. To facilitate high-level semantics-based content annotation and interpretation, we tackle the problem of automatic decomposition of motion pictures into meaningful story units, namely scenes. Since a scene is a complicated and subjective concept, we… CONTINUE READING
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