Feature extraction and clustering for dynamic video summarisation

  • Zhou H
  • Sadka A
  • Swash M
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In this paper an effective dynamic video summarisation algorithm is presented using audio-visual features extracted from videos. Audio, colour and motion features are dynamically fused using an adaptively weighting mechanism. Dissimilarities of temporal video segments are formulated using the extracted features before these segments are clustered using a fuzzy c-means algorithm with an optimally determined cluster number. The experimental results demonstrate the ability of the proposed algorithm to automatically summarise the videos with good performance. © 2010 Elsevier B.V.

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  • Audiovisual
  • Dynamic video summarisation
  • Features
  • Fuzzy c-means
  • Tensor

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  • Huiyu Zhou

  • Abdul H. Sadka

  • Mohammad R. Swash

  • Jawid Azizi

  • Umar A. Sadiq

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