Low-cost hierarchical video segmentation for consumer electronics applications
S. Paschalakis , Karol Wnukowicz , M Bober
AbstractThis paper presents a new technique for the hierarchical segmentation of video content. Such a segmentation allows users to quickly and efficiently navigate a video, for example to find a specific point, skip unwanted parts, skim parts previously viewed, and so on. The proposed method achieves high segmentation accuracy at a low computational cost, making it suitable for implementation on mainstream consumer electronics.
|Book||2011 IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics (ICCE), 2011|
|Keywords in English||consumer electronics, image segmentation, low-cost hierarchical video segmentation, mainstream consumer electronics, video content, video navigation, video signal processing|
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