Modal Keywords, Ontologies, and Reasoning for Video Understanding

@inproceedings{Jaimes2003ModalKO,
  title={Modal Keywords, Ontologies, and Reasoning for Video Understanding},
  author={Alejandro Jaimes and Belle L. Tseng and John R. Smith},
  booktitle={CIVR},
  year={2003}
}
We proposed a novel framework for video content understanding that uses rules constructed from knowledge bases and multimedia ontologies. Our framework consists of an expert system that uses a rule-based engine, domain knowledge, visual detectors (for objects and scenes), and metadata (text from automatic speech recognition, related text, etc.). We introduce the idea of modal keywords, which are keywords that represent perceptual concepts in the following categories: visual (e.g., sky), aural… CONTINUE READING
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