Temporal video segmentation: A survey

@article{Koprinska2001TemporalVS,
  title={Temporal video segmentation: A survey},
  author={Irena Koprinska and Sergio Carrato},
  journal={Sig. Proc.: Image Comm.},
  year={2001},
  volume={16},
  pages={477-500}
}
Temporal video segmentation is the first step towards automatic annotation of digital video for browsing and retrieval. This article gives an overview of existing techniques for video segmentation that operate on both uncompressed and compressed video stream. The performance, relative merits and limitations of each of the approaches are comprehensively discussed and contrasted. The gradual development of the techniques and how the uncompressed domain methods were tailored and applied into… CONTINUE READING
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