Event-based media processing and analysis: A survey of the literature

  title={Event-based media processing and analysis: A survey of the literature},
  author={Christos Tzelepis and Zhigang Ma and Vasileios Mezaris and Bogdan Ionescu and Yiannis Kompatsiaris and Giulia Boato and Nicu Sebe and Shuicheng Yan},
  journal={Image Vision Comput.},
Research on event-based processing and analysis of media is receiving an increasing attention from the scientific community due to its relevance for an abundance of applications, from consumer video management and video surveillance to lifelogging and social media. Events have the ability to semantically encode relationships of different informational modalities, such as visual-audio-text, time, involved agents and objects, with the spatio-temporal component of events being a key feature for… CONTINUE READING
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