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Title: Browsing sports video: trends in sports-related indexing and retrieval work
Author: KOKARAM, ANIL CHRISTOPHER
Keywords: Content-based retrieval
Video retrieval
Indexing
Sport
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: IEEE
Citation: Anil Kokaram, Niall Rea, Rozenn Dahyot, A. Murat Tekalp, P. Bouthemy, P. Gros, I. Sezan, Browsing sports video: trends in sports-related indexing and retrieval work, <i>IEEE Signal Processing Magazine</i>, 23, (2), 2006, p47 - 58
Series/Report no.: IEEE Signal Processing Magazine
23, (2), 2006
Abstract: This paper aims to identify the current trends in sports-based indexing and retrieval work. It discusses the essential building blocks for any semantic-level retrieval system and acts as a case study in content analysis system design. While one of the major benefits of digital media and digital television in particular has been to provide users with more choices and a more interactive viewing experience, the freedom to choose has in fact manifested as the freedom to choose from the options the broadcaster provides. It is only through the use of automated content-based analysis that sports viewers will be given a chance to manipulate content at a much deeper level than that intended by broadcasters, and hence put true meaning into interactivity.
Description: PUBLISHED
URI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/MSP.2006.1621448
http://www.sigmedia.tv
http://hdl.handle.net/2262/1998
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