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Investigating Memorability of Dynamic Media

  title={Investigating Memorability of Dynamic Media},
  author={Ph{\'u}c H. L{\^e} Khắc and Ayush Rai and Graham Healy and Alan F. Smeaton and Noel E. O’Connor},
The Predicting Media Memorability task in MediaEval’20 has some challenging aspects compared to previous years. In this paper we identify the high-dynamic content in videos and dataset of limited size as the core challenges for the task, we propose directions to overcome some of these challenges and we present our initial result in these directions. 

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