Date of Original Version

7-2006

Type

Conference Proceeding

Abstract or Description

In contrast to traditional video retrieval that represents visual content with low-level features (e.g. color and texture), emerging concept-based video retrieval allows users to search video archives by specifying a limited number of high-level concepts (e.g. outdoors and car). Recent studies have demonstrated the feasibility of concept-based retrieval, but a fundamental question remains: what kinds of concepts should we index? We analyze a large video archive annotated with more than a thousand high-level concepts, and develop guidelines for choosing concepts of high utility to video retrieval.

DOI

10.1109/ICME.2006.262545

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