Video as scholarly material in the digital library
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Video is a challenging material for digital libraries because it contains large amounts of data which must be processed quickly and because video programming has not been as conveniently structured for algorithmic processing as text. Since moving images are used as scholarly material in a number of disciplines, digital libraries must be able to support cataloging, browsing, and navigating through video collections. We have shown that computationally tractable algorithms can be used to solve some of the important problems in digital video libraries. While much further work needs to be done, we believe that signal and image processing algorithms will help us solve other important problems in video libraries.
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