Multi-level Semantic Analysis for Sports Video
Tjondronegoro, Dian W. & Chen, Yi-Ping Phoebe (2005) Multi-level Semantic Analysis for Sports Video. In Special Session on Machine Learning Techniques for Image and Video Processing in the 9 th International Conference on Knowledge Based Intelligent Information & Engineering Systems ( KES'05-MTLV), 14-16 September 2005, Melbourne, Australia.
There has been a huge increase in the utilization of video as one of the most preferred type of media due to its content richness for many significant applications including sports. To sustain an ongoing rapid growth of sports video, there is an emerging demand for a sophisticated content-based indexing system. Users recall video contents in a high-level abstraction while video is generally stored as an arbitrary sequence of audio-visual tracks. To bridge this gap, this paper will demonstrate the use of domain knowledge and characteristics to design the extraction of high-level concepts directly from audio-visual features. In particular, we propose a multi-level semantic analysis framework to optimize the sharing of domain characteristics.
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