Memory cues for meeting video retrieval

@inproceedings{Jaimes2004MemoryCF,
  title={Memory cues for meeting video retrieval},
  author={Alejandro Jaimes and Kengo Omura and Takeshi Nagamine and Kazutaka Hirata},
  booktitle={CARPE'04},
  year={2004}
}
We advocate a new approach to meeting video retrieval based on the use of memory cues. First we present a new survey involving 519 people in which we investigate the types of items people use to review meeting contents (e.g., minutes, video, etc.). Then we present a novel memory study involving 15 subjects in which we investigate what people remember about past meetings (e.g., seating position, etc). Based on these studies and related research we propose a novel framework for meeting video… CONTINUE READING
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