VIDEO SEARCHING AND BROWSING USING VIEWFINDER By Dan

Abstract

Several researchers consisting of students and faculty from the School of Library and Information Science at Indiana University developed a video retrieval system named ViewFinder for the purpose of providing access to video content for a project named the Cultural digital Library Indexing Our Heritage (CLIOH) at Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis (IUPUI). For our role in the Text Retrieval Conference (TREC) and its video track, we took the existing system, made notable modifications, and applied it to the video data provided by the conference. After conducting 1 interactive search run, we generated our search results and submitted them to TREC where human judges determined the relevancy of each returned shot and assigned an averaged precision ranking for each topic. From these results we were capable of drawing conclusions of the current system, and how to make it more productive in future versions.

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@inproceedings{Albertson2002VIDEOSA, title={VIDEO SEARCHING AND BROWSING USING VIEWFINDER By Dan}, author={Dan E. Albertson and Javed Mostafa and John Fieber}, year={2002} }