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Yong Wang, Lexing Xie, Shih-Fu Chang. VisGenie: a Generic Video Visualization System. Columbia University ADVENT Technical Report #210-2005-4 Columbia University, 2005.

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In this project, we designed and realized VisGenie, a generic system for visualizing multimedia streams and the associated metadata stream. Information visualization is not only useful for end users, but also beneficial for researchers who work on analyzing the media data and improving our understanding and presentation of multimedia information. The basic building blocks of the system include: the media renderer, the curve drawer, the frame display, the scalable event display, the system initializer, and the external data interface. And the integration of these blocks provides the flexibility and extensibility to different kinds of applications. Prospective applications range from signal- level processing to semantic analysis of multimedia data, and in this report, we present three examples: video coding, shot boundary detection, and soccer video analysis


Yan Wang
Yong Wang
Lexing Xie
Shih-Fu Chang

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   Author = {Wang, Yong and Xie, Lexing and Chang, Shih-Fu},
   Title = {VisGenie: a Generic Video Visualization System},
   Institution = {Columbia University},
   Year = {2005}

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