Multimedia and Video Analysis for Sports
Sports information and footage are quickly becoming increasingly available in digital form. Using many of the tools previously outfitted for textual searching, video and multimedia searching and retrieval is becoming more commonplace in sports. Automated methods to watch and listen to games are being used to parse video and render it in searchable form.
KeywordsVideo Sequence Video Retrieval Major League Baseball Venture Capital Investment Baseball Player
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