Nommage non supervisé des personnes dans les émissions de télévision. Utilisation des noms écrits, des noms prononcés ou des deux ?

  title={Nommage non supervis{\'e} des personnes dans les {\'e}missions de t{\'e}l{\'e}vision. Utilisation des noms {\'e}crits, des noms prononc{\'e}s ou des deux ?},
  author={Johann Poignant and Laurent Besacier and Georges Qu{\'e}not},
  journal={Document Num{\'e}rique},
L'identification de personnes dans les emissions de television est un outil precieux pour l'indexation de ce type de videos mais l'utilisation de modeles biometriques n'est pas une option viable sans connaissance a priori des personnes presentes dans les videos. Les noms prononces ou ecrits peuvent nous fournir une liste de noms hypotheses. Nous proposons une comparaison du potentiel de ces deux modalites (noms prononces ou ecrits) afin d'extraire le nom des personnes parlant et/ou apparaissant… 

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