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Shahram Ebadollahi, Lexing Xie, Shih-Fu Chang, John R. Smith. Visual Event Detection Using Multi-Dimensional Concept Dynamics. In IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo (ICME 06), Toronto, Canada, 2006.

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A novel framework is introduced for visual event detection. Visual events are viewed as stochastic temporal processes in the semantic concept space. In this concept-centered approach to visual event modeling, the dynamic pattern of an event is modeled through the collective evolution patterns of the individual semantic concepts in the course of the visual event. Video clips containing different events are classified by employing information about how well their dynamics in the direction of each semantic concept matches those of a given event. Results indicate that such a data-driven statistical approach is in fact effective in detecting different visual events such as exiting car, riot, and airplane flying


Shahram Ebadollahi
Lexing Xie
Shih-Fu Chang
John_R. Smith

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   Author = {Ebadollahi, Shahram and Xie, Lexing and Chang, Shih-Fu and Smith, John R.},
   Title = {Visual Event Detection Using Multi-Dimensional Concept Dynamics},
   BookTitle = {IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo (ICME 06)},
   Address = {Toronto, Canada},
   Year = {2006}

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