An effective multi-concept classifier for video streams Conference

Chen, SC, Shyu, ML, Chen, M. (2008). An effective multi-concept classifier for video streams . 80-87. 10.1109/ICSC.2008.72

cited authors

  • Chen, SC; Shyu, ML; Chen, M

abstract

  • In this paper, an effective multi-concept classifier is proposed for video semantic concept detection. The core of the proposed classifier is a supervised classification approach called C-RSPM (Collateral Representative Subspace Projection Modeling) which is applied to a set of multimodal video features for knowledge discovery. It adoptively selects nonconsecutive principal dimensions to form an accurate modeling of a representative subspace based on the statistical information analysis and thus achieves both promising classification accuracy and operational merits. Its effectiveness is demonstrated by the comparative experiment, as opposed to several wellknown supervised classification approaches including SVM, Decision Trees, Neural Network, Multinomial Logistic Regression Model, and One Rule Classifier, on goal/corner event detection and sports/commercials concepts extraction from soccer videos and TRECVID news collections. © 2008 IEEE.

publication date

  • September 25, 2008

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

International Standard Book Number (ISBN) 13

  • 9780769532790

start page

  • 80

end page

  • 87