Viewer’s Affective Feedback for Video Summarization


Majdi Dammak, Ali Wali, Adel M. Alimi, Journal of Information Processing Systems Vol. 11, No. 1, pp. 76-94, Mar. 2015  

10.3745/JIPS.01.0006
Keywords: Affective Computing, Emotion, FABO, k-NN, Motion Recognition, PCA, Video Summarization
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Abstract

For different reasons, many viewers like to watch a summary of films without having to waste their time. Traditionally, video film was analyzed manually to provide a summary of it, but this costs an important amount of work time. Therefore, it has become urgent to propose a tool for the automatic video summarization job. The automatic video summarization aims at extracting all of the important moments in which viewers might be interested. All summarization criteria can differ from one video to another. This paper presents how the emotional dimensions issued from real viewers can be used as an important input for computing which part is the most interesting in the total time of a film. Our results, which are based on lab experiments that were carried out, are significant and promising.


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[APA Style]
Majdi Dammak, Ali Wali, & Adel M. Alimi (2015). Viewer’s Affective Feedback for Video Summarization. Journal of Information Processing Systems, 11(1), 76-94. DOI: 10.3745/JIPS.01.0006.

[IEEE Style]
M. Dammak, A. Wali and A. M. Alimi, "Viewer’s Affective Feedback for Video Summarization," Journal of Information Processing Systems, vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 76-94, 2015. DOI: 10.3745/JIPS.01.0006.

[ACM Style]
Majdi Dammak, Ali Wali, and Adel M. Alimi. 2015. Viewer’s Affective Feedback for Video Summarization. Journal of Information Processing Systems, 11, 1, (2015), 76-94. DOI: 10.3745/JIPS.01.0006.