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10 February 2006 Audio-based queries for video retrieval over Java enabled mobile devices
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In this paper we propose a generic framework for efficient retrieval of audiovisual media based on its audio content. This framework is implemented in a client-server architecture where the client application is developed in Java to be platform independent whereas the server application is implemented for the PC platform. The client application adapts to the characteristics of the mobile device where it runs such as screen size and commands. The entire framework is designed to take advantage of the high-level segmentation and classification of audio content to improve speed and accuracy of audio-based media retrieval. Therefore, the primary objective of this framework is to provide an adaptive basis for performing efficient video retrieval operations based on the audio content and types (i.e. speech, music, fuzzy and silence). Experimental results approve that such an audio based video retrieval scheme can be used from mobile devices to search and retrieve video clips efficiently over wireless networks.
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Iftikhar Ahmad, Faouzi Alaya Cheikh, Serkan Kiranyaz, and Moncef Gabbouj "Audio-based queries for video retrieval over Java enabled mobile devices", Proc. SPIE 6074, Multimedia on Mobile Devices II, 607409 (10 February 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.642756;

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