Towards universal and statistical-driven heuristics for automatic classification of sports video events
Tjondronegoro, Dian and Chen, Yi-Ping Phoebe 2006, Towards universal and statistical-driven heuristics for automatic classification of sports video events, in 12th International MuIti-Media ModelIing Conference proceedings : MMM2006, 4-6 Jan. 2006, Beijing, China, IEEE Press, Piscataway, N.J., pp. 43-50.
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12th International MuIti-Media ModelIing Conference proceedings : MMM2006, 4-6 Jan. 2006, Beijing, China
Feng, Huamin Yang, Shiqiang Zhuang, Yueting
International Multimedia Modelling Conference
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Researchers worldwide have been actively seeking for the most robust and powerful solutions to detect and classify key events (or highlights) in various sports domains. Most approaches have employed manual heuristics that model the typical pattern of audio-visual features within particular sport events To avoid manual observation and knowledge, machine-learning can be used as an alternative approach. To bridge the gaps between these two alternatives, an attempt is made to integrate statistics into heuristic models during highlight detection in our investigation. The models can be designed with a modest amount of domain-knowledge, making them less subjective and more robust for different sports. We have also successfully used a universal scope of detection and a standard set of features that can be applied for different sports that include soccer, basketball and Australian football. An experiment on a large dataset of sport videos, with a total of around 15 hours, has demonstrated the effectiveness and robustness of our aIlgorithms.
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