Content-Based Video Indexing and Retrieval
Video will only become an effective pait of everyday computing environments when we can use it with the same facility that we currently use text. Computer literacy today entails the ability to set our ideas down spontaneously with a word processor, perhaps while examining other text documents to develop those ideas and even using editing operations to transfer some of that text into our own compositions. Similar composition using video remains far in the future, even though work-stations now come equipped with built-in video cameras and microphones, not to mention ports for connecting our increasingly popular hand-held video cameras.
KeywordsMotion Vector Video Content Gradual Transition Consecutive Frame Successive Frame
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