1 February 2010 Video browsing interfaces and applications: a review
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SPIE Reviews, 1(1), 018004 (2010). doi:10.1117/6.0000005
Abstract
We present a comprehensive review of the state of the art in video browsing and retrieval systems, with special emphasis on interfaces and applications. There has been a significant increase in activity (e.g., storage, retrieval, and sharing) employing video data in the past decade, both for personal and professional use. The ever-growing amount of video content available for human consumption and the inherent characteristics of video data-which, if presented in its raw format, is rather unwieldy and costly-have become driving forces for the development of more effective solutions to present video contents and allow rich user interaction. As a result, there are many contemporary research efforts toward developing better video browsing solutions, which we summarize. We review more than 40 different video browsing and retrieval interfaces and classify them into three groups: applications that use video-player-like interaction, video retrieval applications, and browsing solutions based on video surrogates. For each category, we present a summary of existing work, highlight the technical aspects of each solution, and compare them against each other.
Klaus Schoeffmann, Frank Hopfgartner, Oge Marques, Laszlo Boeszoermenyi, Joemon M. Jose, "Video browsing interfaces and applications: a review," SPIE Reviews 1(1), 018004 (1 February 2010). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/6.0000005
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Video

Visualization

Human-machine interfaces

Video surveillance

Video compression

Semantic video

Feature extraction

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