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Subjective assessment of consumer video summarization
Author(s): Clifton Forlines; Kadir A. Peker; Ajay Divakaran
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Paper Abstract

The immediate availability of a vast amount of multimedia content has created a growing need for improvements in the field of content analysis and summarization. While researchers have been rapidly making contributions and improvements to the field, we must never forget that content analysis and summarization themselves are not the user's goals. Users' primary interests fall into one of two categories; they normally either want to be entertained or want to be informed (or both). Summarization is therefore just another tool for improving the entertainment value or the information gathering value of the video watching experience. In this paper, we first explore the relationship between the viewer, the interface, and the summarization algorithms. Through an understanding of the user's goals and concerns, we present means for measuring the success of the summarization tools. Guidelines for the successful use of summarization in consumer video devices are also discussed.

Paper Details

Date Published: 16 January 2006
PDF: 8 pages
Proc. SPIE 6073, Multimedia Content Analysis, Management, and Retrieval 2006, 60730J (16 January 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.648554
Show Author Affiliations
Clifton Forlines, Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs. (United States)
Kadir A. Peker, Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs. (United States)
Ajay Divakaran, Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs. (United States)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 6073:
Multimedia Content Analysis, Management, and Retrieval 2006
Edward Y. Chang; Alan Hanjalic; Nicu Sebe, Editor(s)

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