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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The demand for more efficient browsing of video data is expected to increase as greater access to this type of data becomes available. This experiment looked at one technique for displaying video data using key frame surrogates that are presented as a "slide show". Subjects viewed key frames for between one and four video clips simultaneously. Following this presentation, the subjects performed object recognition and gist comprehension tasks in order to determine human thresholds for divideddoi:10.1007/bfb0026720 fatcat:mjfhco2gyrftlbkywja4oxadke