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Motion-based classification of cartoons / Roach M.; Mason J.S.; Pawlewski M.

Proceedings of 2001 International Symposium on Intelligent Multimedia, Video and Speech Processing. ISIMP 2001 (IEEE Cat. No.01EX489)

Swansea University Author: Roach, Matthew

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DOI (Published version): 10.1109/ISIMP.2001.925353

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This paper describes a simple high-level classification of multimedia broadcast material into cartoon non-cartoon. The input video sequences are from a broad range of material which is representative of entertainment viewing. Classification of this type of high-level video genre is difficult because...

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Published in: Proceedings of 2001 International Symposium on Intelligent Multimedia, Video and Speech Processing. ISIMP 2001 (IEEE Cat. No.01EX489)
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Abstract: This paper describes a simple high-level classification of multimedia broadcast material into cartoon non-cartoon. The input video sequences are from a broad range of material which is representative of entertainment viewing. Classification of this type of high-level video genre is difficult because of its large inter-class variation. The task is made more difficult when classification is over a small time (10's of seconds) introducing a great deal of intra-class variation. This paper presents a purely dynamic based approach for content-based classification of video sequences in the form of a new global motion measure of foreground objects. Experiments are reported on a diverse database consisting of: 8 cartoon and 20 non-cartoon sequences. Results are shown in identification error rates against time of sequence used for classification. The system produces a best identification error rate of 3% on 66 separate decisions based on 23 second sequences trained using a total of ~20 minutes of video
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