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Proceedings of the tenth ACM international conference on Multimedia - MULTIMEDIA '02
In this paper, we present a novel algorithm for generating audiovisual skims from computable scenes. Skims are useful for browsing digital libraries, and for on-demand summaries in settop boxes. A computable scene is a chunk of data that exhibits consistencies with respect to chromaticity, lighting and sound. There are three key aspects to our approach: (a) visual complexity and grammar, (b) robust audio segmentation and (c) an utility model for skim generation. We define a measure of visualdoi:10.1145/641039.641042 fatcat:why6imrphbcfxbud5qb5uonzgy