Illumination Invariant Shot Boundary Detection

@inproceedings{Qing2003IlluminationIS,
  title={Illumination Invariant Shot Boundary Detection},
  author={Laiyun Qing and Weiqiang Wang and Wen Gao},
  booktitle={IDEAL},
  year={2003}
}
Illumination variation poses a serious problem in video shot detection. It causes false cuts in many shot detection algorithms. A new illumination invariant measure metric is proposed in this paper. The metric is based on the assumption: the outputs of derivative filters to log-illumination are sparse. Thus the outputs of derivative filters to log-image are mainly caused by the scene itself. If the total output is larger than a threshold, it can be declared as a scene change or a shot boundary… 

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