15 December 2003 Slide identification for lecture movies by matching characters and images
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Slide identification is very important when creating e-Learning materials as it detects slides being changed during lecture movies. Simply detecting the change would not be enough for e-Learning purposes. Because, which slide is now displayed in the frame is also important for creating e-Learning materials. A matching technique combined with a presentation file containing answer information is very useful in identifying slides in a movie frame. We propose two methods for slide identification in this paper. The first is character-based, which uses the relationship between the character code and its coordinates. The other is image-based, which uses normalized correlation and dynamic programming. We used actual movies to evaluate the performance of these methods, both independently and in combination, and the experimental results revealed that they are very effective in identifying slides in lecture movies.
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Noriaki Ozawa, Noriaki Ozawa, Hiroaki Takebe, Hiroaki Takebe, Yutaka Katsuyama, Yutaka Katsuyama, Satoshi Naoi, Satoshi Naoi, Haruo Yokota, Haruo Yokota, } "Slide identification for lecture movies by matching characters and images", Proc. SPIE 5296, Document Recognition and Retrieval XI, (15 December 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.526480; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.526480

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