Video Skimming

@article{K2019VideoS,
  title={Video Skimming},
  author={Vivekraj V. K. and Debashis Sen and Balasubramanian Raman},
  journal={ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR)},
  year={2019},
  volume={52},
  pages={1 - 38}
}
Video skimming, also known as dynamic video summarization, generates a temporally abridged version of a given video. Skimming can be achieved by identifying significant components either in uni-modal or multi-modal features extracted from the video. Being dynamic in nature, video skimming, through temporal connectivity, allows better understanding of the video from its summary. Having this obvious advantage, recently, video skimming has drawn the focus of many researchers benefiting from the… 

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