Content based retrieval Motion Estimation Image Segmentation Video Object Tracking and Enhancement Bayesian Inference
Kevon Andrews, Daniel Ring, Anil Kokaram, Fadel Al Sabah, T. Clive Lee and Cathy Radix, Automated editing of medical training video via content analysis, SPIE International Conference on Multimedia Content Analysis, Management, and Retrieval 2006, San Jose, CA, USA, 17 January 2006, Edward Y. Chang, Alan Hanjalic, Nicu Sebe, 6073, SPIE, 2006, 23, 32
Physicians in the early part of their training inevitably undertake a course in Anatomy. Unfortunately, the
amount of training medical students have with real bodies has decreased. This is further exacerbated with the
increasing gap between numbers of medical students and resources available. Medical faculties worldwide are
increasingly turning to video training sessions as a complement to practical sessions. This paper presents a
number of automated content access and enhancement tools which have been designed to alleviate the difficulty
of editing these sessions. The system is being deployed at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.
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