Automatic video data structuring through shot partitioning and key-frame computing

@article{Xiong1997AutomaticVD,
  title={Automatic video data structuring through shot partitioning and key-frame computing},
  author={Wei Xiong and John Chung-Mong Lee and Ruihua Ma},
  journal={Machine Vision and Applications},
  year={1997},
  volume={10},
  pages={51-65}
}
In video processing, a common first step is to segment the videos into physical units, generally called shots. A shot is a video segment that consists of one continuous action. In general, these physical units need to be clustered to form more semantically significant units, such as scenes, sequences, programs, etc. This is the so-called story-based video structuring. Automatic video structuring is of great importance for video browsing and retrieval. The shots or scenes are usually described… CONTINUE READING
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