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Towards Long-Form Video Understanding [article]

Chao-Yuan Wu, Philipp Krähenbühl
2021 arXiv   pre-print
These systems understand the present, but fail to contextualize it in past or future events. In this paper, we study long-form video understanding.  ...  We introduce a framework for modeling long-form videos and develop evaluation protocols on large-scale datasets.  ...  Long-Form Video Understanding aims at understanding the "full picture" of a long-form video.  ... 
arXiv:2106.11310v1 fatcat:vxw7ugggwbeibd43ubkaavuw3y

Improving the Quality of Life towards Healing Long Haul Symptoms of COVID- 19 Survivors through Online Video Booklets and Gymnastics and Education

Titiek Berniyanti, Marhazlinda Marhazlinda, Retno Palupi, Dini Setyowati, Aulia Ramadhani, Saphira Firdausi Evany
2021 Indonesian Journal of Dental Medicine  
Methods: Researchers conduct detailed the solution to overcome the problem by using educational videos and sports or routine gymnastics to change the attitude of COVID-19 survivors towards long haul healing  ...  through online booklets andeducational videos.  ...  devices Prepare the necessary instruments for health promotion and empowerment programs, namely in the form of an illustrated video which will later contain upload topics in the form of: Understanding  ... 
doi:10.20473/ijdm.v4i2.2021.44-47 fatcat:o66ed5aegfc2vc547d7n3f4qfq

INDUSTRY_Understanding Mass-Market Mobile TV Behaviors in the Streaming Era [article]

ACM TVX2018, Frank Bentley, Danielle Lottridge
2018 Figshare  
The findings are shaping multiple video initiatives throughout our company.  ...  Mix Long-form and Short-form Content Participants reported watching long-form content before bed or while traveling, but also had short moments for 5-15 minute videos throughout the day.  ...  We operate several video platforms such as Yahoo View (network television streaming) and go90 (a mobile-focused video platform targeted towards millennials) and operate our own video production (Yahoo  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.6529532 fatcat:5coe4hrrw5co3hduclrifhjrum

Understanding users' perception of privacy in human-robot interaction

Min Kyung Lee, Karen P. Tang, Jodi Forlizzi, Sara Kiesler
2011 Proceedings of the 6th international conference on Human-robot interaction - HRI '11  
In this paper, we report findings from our preliminary study on users' perceptions and attitudes toward privacy in human-robot interaction, based on interviews that we conducted about a workplace social  ...  In the second part, we probed participants' attitudes toward accidental recording using a ten second long video of participants walking toward the interview room in a hallway.  ...  In the first part, we probed participants' initial understanding and perceptions about the robot using a one and half minute long video of the Snackbot (Figure 1 ).  ... 
doi:10.1145/1957656.1957721 dblp:conf/hri/LeeTFK11 fatcat:hutpc27f5bd5lmce22ujmkexne

Second Language Vocabulary Learning from Viewing Video in an EFL Classroom

Rattana Yawiloeng
2020 English Language Teaching  
This study examines the effects of an English vocabulary video on second language vocabulary learning by English as a foreign language (EFL) learners.  ...  The findings of this study revealed an increase in the post-test scores after the Thai EFL learners engaged in learning second language (L2) vocabulary using an English vocabulary video.  ...  or being too long or too small.  ... 
doi:10.5539/elt.v13n7p76 fatcat:ifnhdj4nt5brlk3ybdveludx34

Test-takers' Attitudes toward Taking Pictorial and Visual Modalities of Listening Comprehension Test in an EFL Context

Atefeh Elekaei, Sajad Faramarzi, Reza Biria
2015 Journal of Language Teaching and Research  
Index Terms-visual listening test, pictorial listening test, listening assessment, video listening test, still-image listening test  ...  The attitude of test-takers toward taking the pictorial listening test was totally positive. However, students responded negatively toward taking the visual modality of listening test.  ...  They also confirmed the fact that understanding long passages with fast pace of speech was a laborious task.  ... 
doi:10.17507/jltr.0602.10 fatcat:nnnwv4dfdrbwdoob63n5tkmkuq

Program Providing Support for Adolescents with High-Level Video Game Addiction

This article describes the program of psychological and pedagogical support for preteens with a high level of video game addiction.  ...  principles of this study, revealed the structure of the above-mentioned prevention program for preteens and described its stages and conditions, which allows reducing the negative effects of the existing video  ...  The project theme: "Assessing the prevalence of video game addiction and studying the degree of stress among younger adolescents".  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijitee.b7624.129219 fatcat:l3uo5v7kpvfnzb2q4ihbnfewza

Combination of Multiple Teaching Tools in learning Biochemistry: Perceptions of Medical Undergraduate Students

Shrirang P Kulkarni, Vidya S Patil, Vijayetha P Patil, Deepti G Ingleshwar, Alagilwada S Shilpasree, Axita C Vani, Praveen K Shetty, Rakesh T Muddaraddi, Dhiraj J Trivedi, Anil B Bargale, Pramod S Kamble, Anju Jain
2018 Indian Journal of Medical Biochemistry  
Objectives: To implement combination of multiple teaching tools topic wise; to evaluate the students' perception toward effectiveness of combination of tutorials, case-based learning (CBL) sessions, video-based  ...  Results: Regarding coordinated approach with multiple teaching tools like DL, tutorial, practical and CBL, most students felt that it was useful toward better understanding of the subject (83%), good retention  ...  were very informative 83 11 6 2 Videos made us understand complex processes in a simple way 77 17 6 3 Activities at the end of videos made us retain the content easily 68 22 10 4 Including videos  ... 
doi:10.5005/jp-journals-10054-0052 fatcat:73vxvnqepjanrimh67cxciimia


Maya Anggriani, Johannes Jefria Gultom
2021 REGISTER Journal of English Language Teaching of FBS-Unimed  
The three teachers frequently asked questions in the level of remembering (C1) respectively 69% from video 1, video two is 43%, and video 3 is 70%.Keywords: Teacher's Question, Bloom's Revised Taxonomy  ...  In the side of teacher 3 only used 2 cognitive levels in questioning the students, those are remembering (C1) and understanding (C2).  ...  Questions in the classroom are formed by teacher towards the students in order to gain information on how far do the students get the lesson, and students can throw questions towards teacher in purpose  ... 
doi:10.24114/reg.v10i4.29994 fatcat:4antmfyntjgghkhblijmtqfeoy

Exposure to Violent Video Games and Desensitization to Violence in Children and Adolescents [chapter]

Jeanne B. Funk
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Examining correlates of desensitization including empathy and attitudes towards violence, surveys of children and adolescents have identified a relationship between greater exposure to violent video games  ...  Additional research is needed to substantiate and to understand the causal implications of these results.  ...  [14] Exposure to violent video games will not desensitize every child or adolescent. A relative risk model is useful in understanding this caveat.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11872320_12 fatcat:v6acpylxqjd5np7s33yrboh73m

Children's Exposure to Violent Video Games and Desensitization to Violence

Jeanne B. Funk
2005 Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America  
Examining correlates of desensitization including empathy and attitudes towards violence, surveys of children and adolescents have identified a relationship between greater exposure to violent video games  ...  Additional research is needed to substantiate and to understand the causal implications of these results.  ...  [14] Exposure to violent video games will not desensitize every child or adolescent. A relative risk model is useful in understanding this caveat.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chc.2005.02.009 pmid:15936665 fatcat:t5mb64lgsfghxc64j7g752jgie

Designing English Listening Materials through YouTube Video Editing: Training for English Teachers of Islamic Junior High Schools, Parepare, South Sulawesi

Zulfah Fakhruddin, Usman Usman, Rahmawati Rahmawati, Sulvinajayanti Sulvinajayanti
2020 IJELTAL (Indonesian Journal of English Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics)  
in Parepare were trained to write English listening materials in form of textbook and to edit video(download ,import, cut, merge, and export video) in form of audio.150 students were observed and tested  ...  This study was conducted to help English teachers in designing English listening materials in form of audio and textbook through YouTube video editing. 18 English teachers of 10 Islamic junior high schools  ...  YouTube video editing training was administered in two activities, training and mentoring.  ... 
doi:10.21093/ijeltal.v4i2.475 fatcat:72v74ushabey5jwx25ffoj6a2a

Page 11 of S.E.M. Newsletter. [Filmed From the Online Edition] Vol. 38, Issue 1 [page]

2004 S.E.M. Newsletter. [Filmed From the Online Edition]  
: _Proposal for single paper _Proposal for perfonnance or lecture/demonstration (up to one hour long) _Proposal for film/video program (up to two hours long).  ...  We understand that many are accustomed to using these in their classrooms; however, they are extremely expensive to rent and in general you should plan on using overhead transparencies, 35mm slides, video  ... 

Towards a Large Scale Concept Ontology for Broadcast Video [chapter]

Alexander G. Hauptmann
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The video analysis community has long struggled to bridge the gap from successful, low-level feature analysis (color histograms, texture, shape) to semantic content description of video.  ...  If we can define a rich enough set of such intermediate descriptors in the form of large lexicons and taxonomic classification schemes, then robust and general-purpose semantic content annotation and retrieval  ...  A year-long workshop is under way, developing recommendations and general criteria for the design of large-scale lexicons for audio-visual content classification in support of systems for searching, filtering  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-27814-6_78 fatcat:3h5uaniya5ffndpjrxbiircmo4

Design and Evaluation of Video Podcasts for Providing Online Feedback on Formative Pharmaceutical Calculations Assessments

Michelle Flood, John C. Hayden, Bernadette Bourke, Paul J. Gallagher, Sam Maher
2017 American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education  
The majority of students found video podcasts were clear, helpful for learning, easy to understand, and useful as a method of feedback.  ...  Respondents reported positive cognitive and affective attitudes toward video podcasts as online feedback.  ...  The majority of participants agreed or strongly agreed that video podcasts were easy to understand (91%; n531), clearly explained (91%; n531), and a useful form of feedback (88%; n530), and participants  ... 
doi:10.5688/ajpe6400 pmid:29367779 pmcid:PMC5774199 fatcat:so5qesyrbve2jnrbxkepzmgusm
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