Informedia at TRECVID 2003 : Analyzing and Searching Broadcast News Video 1

@inproceedings{Hauptmann2003InformediaAT,
  title={Informedia at TRECVID 2003 : Analyzing and Searching Broadcast News Video 1},
  author={Alexander G. Hauptmann and Robert V. Baron and M.-Y. Chen and Michael Christel and Pinar Duygulu and Chu-Ren Huang and Rong Jin and W.-H. Lin and Tim Ng and Neema Moraveji and Norman Papernick and Cees G. M. Snoek and George Tzanetakis and Jun Yang and Rong Yan and Howard D. Wactlar},
  year={2003}
}
This year, we submitted two runs using different versions of the Informedia systems. In one run, a version identical to last year's interactive system was used by five researchers, who split up the topics between themselves. The system interface emphasizes text queries, allowing search across ASR, closed captions and OCR text. The result set can then be manipulated through: • storyboards of images spanning across video story segments • emphasizing matching shots to a user’s query to reduce the… CONTINUE READING
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