An efficient near-duplicate video shot detection method using shot-based interest points

Zhou, X, ZHOU, X, Chen, L, Bouguettaya, A, Xiao, N and Taylor, J 2009, 'An efficient near-duplicate video shot detection method using shot-based interest points', IEEE Transactions on Multimedia, vol. 11, no. 5, pp. 879-891.


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Title An efficient near-duplicate video shot detection method using shot-based interest points
Author(s) Zhou, X
ZHOU, X
Chen, L
Bouguettaya, A
Xiao, N
Taylor, J
Year 2009
Journal name IEEE Transactions on Multimedia
Volume number 11
Issue number 5
Start page 879
End page 891
Total pages 13
Publisher IEEE
Abstract We propose a shot-based interest point selection approach for effective and efficient near-duplicate search over a large collection of video shots. The basic idea is to eliminate the local descriptors with lower frequencies among the selected video frames from a shot to ensure that the shot representation is compact and discriminative. Specifically, we propose an adaptive frame selection strategy called furthest point voronoi (FPV) to produce the shot frame set according to the shot content and frame distribution. We describe a novel strategy named reference extraction (RE) to extract the shot interest descriptors from a keyframe with the support of the selected frame set. We demonstrate the effectiveness and efficiency of the proposed approaches with extensive experiments.
Subject Information Systems not elsewhere classified
Keyword(s) Frame set
Near-duplicate shots
Shot consistency
Shot interest point
DOI - identifier 10.1109/TMM.2009.2021794
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ISSN 1520-9210
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