Video Content Analysis
Semantic analysis of video; Video analysis; Video content processing
Video content analysis deals with the extraction of metadata from raw video to be used as components for further processing in applications such as search, summarization, classification or event detection. The purpose of video content analysis is to provide extracted features and identification of structure that constitute building blocks for video retrieval, video similarity finding, summarization and navigation. Video content analysis transforms the audio and image stream into a set of semantically meaningful representations. The ultimate goal is to extract structural and semantic content automatically, without any human intervention, at least for limited types of video domains. Algorithms to perform content analysis include those for detecting objects in video, recognizing specific objects, persons, locations, detecting dynamic events in video, associating keywords with image regions or motion...
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