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NII-UIT Browser: A Multimodal Video Search System

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MultiMedia Modeling (MMM 2015)

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We introduce an interactive system for searching a known scene in a video database. The key idea is to enable multimodal search. As the retrieved database is getting larger, using individual modals may not be powerful enough to discriminate a scene with other near duplicates. In our system, a known scene can be described and searched by its visual cues or audio genres. Templates are given for users to rapidly and exactly describe the scene. Moreover, search results are updated instantly as users change the description. As a result, users can generate a large number of possible queries to find the matched scene in a short time.

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Ngo, T.D., Nguyen, VT., Nguyen, V.H., Le, DD., Duong, D.A., Satoh, S. (2015). NII-UIT Browser: A Multimodal Video Search System. In: He, X., Luo, S., Tao, D., Xu, C., Yang, J., Hasan, M.A. (eds) MultiMedia Modeling. MMM 2015. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 8936. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-14442-9_28

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