Shot boundary detection in the presence of illumination and motion

@article{Warhade2013ShotBD,
  title={Shot boundary detection in the presence of illumination and motion},
  author={Krishna K. Warhade and S. N. Merchant and Uday B. Desai},
  journal={Signal, Image and Video Processing},
  year={2013},
  volume={7},
  pages={581-592}
}
Detection of gradual transition and the elimination of disturbances caused by illumination change or fast object and camera motion are the major challenges to the current shot boundary detection techniques. These disturbances are often mistaken as shot boundaries. Therefore, it is a challenging task to develop a method that is not only insensitive to various disturbances but also sensitive enough to capture a shot change. To address these challenges, we propose an algorithm for shot boundary… 
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