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    Title: 根據物件移動之影片空間相似尋取
    Other Titles: Spatial similarity retrieval of videos based on the movements of objects
    Authors: 邱于真;Chiu, Yu-Chen
    Contributors: 淡江大學資訊管理學系碩士班
    Keywords: 影片尋取;相似尋取;影片相似度;Video Retrieval;Similarity Retrieval;Video Similarity
    Date: 2013
    Issue Date: 2014-01-23 14:14:12 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 基於內容的影片相似尋取(Content-Based Video Retrieval)是一種處理影片資料較合適的解決方法之一。然而隨著影片資料量越來越龐大,複雜性也越來越高。因此如何在大量的資料中進行影片尋取,儼然成為一個重要議題。
    Content-based video retrieval is an appropriate solution for retrieving video data. However, there are more and more video data and the task of video retrieval becomes more complicated. Therefore, how to perform video retrieval in the large amount of data is a critical issue.
    In the previous research, the similarity between the query video and the reference video is based on the similarity between the images of query video and that of reference video. As a result, the change of spatial relation between objects in the video and the moving direction of the objects are not considered in this approach.
    However, it is important because object movement between two continuous frames will cause the change of spaital relation between objects and the moving direction of the objects in the video. In this paper, we propose the approach to calculate the similarity of the change of the spatial relation between objects and their moving direction between two continuous frames and use it as the basis of video similarity retrieval. Therefore, we can perform the similarity retrieval of video using the moving information of the objects between two continuous frames.
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