Content based video indexing and retrieval

@article{Smoliar1994ContentBV,
  title={Content based video indexing and retrieval},
  author={Stephen W. Smoliar and HongJiang Zhang},
  journal={IEEE MultiMedia},
  year={1994},
  volume={1},
  pages={62-72}
}
Video management tools and techniques are based on pixels rather than perceived content. Thus, state-of-the-art video editing systems can easily manipulate such things as time codes and image frames, but they cannot "know," for example, what a basketball is. Our research addresses four areas of content-based video management.<<ETX>> 

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