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Taxonomic classification for web- based videos Author: Yang Song et al. (Google) Presenters: Phuc Bui & Rahul Dhamecha
Taxonomic classification for web-based videos
Web-based Video Classification Web-based Video (e.g. Youtube) – Over 800 million unique users visit / month – Over 4 billion hours of video are watched / month – 72 hours of video are uploaded / minute Classification – Improve User experience – Increase Website profit
What’s interesting? Large-scale classification – Taxonomy of categories – Unlimited domain Combined Approach – Text Labeled Web documents Labeled Video – Video Content-based features
Overview Approach Multi-labels Classification – One classifier for each category Classifiers – Text-based Classifier from Web-based Documents – Combined Classifier Text-based Classifier Video content-based features
TAXONOMIC CLASSIFICATION: - THE VARIOUS CATEGORIES.
TRAINING SET OF EACH CATEGORY
Pre-trained text based classifiers of each category used for porting videos Labeled Video data is used for training these classifiers No. of Classifiers = No. of Categories Ada-boosting is deployed to aggregate these weak classifiers to a Strong Classifier MIGRATION FROM TEXT TO VIDEO
Feature Extraction Text Based Features. President Obama: the Real Mitt Romney - Denver, Colorado Title Description Keywords
Content Based Features Moments from multi-scale analysis Color Histogram Mean, variance of each channel. Difference between mean of center and boundary
Content Based Features contd… Edge Detection Canny Edge Detection Algorithm
Content Based Features contd… Color Motion Features Cosine Difference of the histograms of subsequent frames.
Content Based Features contd… Shot Boundary Features Types Hard Cut Fade Dissolve Wipe
Hard Cut instantaneous transition from one scene to the next
Fade A Fade which is a gradual between a scene and a constant image (fade-out) or between a constant image and a scene (fade-in).
Dissolve A Dissolve is a gradual transition from one scene to another in which the first scene fade-out and the second scene fade-in. so it is a combination of fade-in and fade-out.
Wipe A Wipe is a gradual transition in which a line move across the screen, with the new scene appearing behind the line.
Integration Labled Videos Text Based Feature Extraction Apply Pre- trained Text Classifiers F Score from Classifiers Labled Videos Content Based Feature Extraction F Score and Content Based Features are combined A new Classifier is trained.
Data 5789 videos 9087 labels 565 categories 80% training 20% evaluation