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Di Zhong, Rajendran Kumar, Shih-Fu Chang. Real-Time Personalized Sports Video Filtering and Summarization. In ACM Multimedia, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, November 2001.

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We demonstrate a real-time fully automated software system for filtering important events in sports video. Events represent occurrences of actions or state changes in video content. In the current prototype, we demonstrate detection of pitching in baseball and serving in tennis. For wireless video applications, we propose and apply a unique notion of content-based adaptive streaming, in which video encoding rate and media modality is dynamically varied according to the event filtering results. Our system includes an event detection module, an adaptive encoding module, and a buffer management module for adaptive streaming. We achieve the real-time performance by exploring compressed-domain techniques and multi-stage multi-resolution content-analysis processes.


Di Zhong
Shih-Fu Chang

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   Author = {Zhong, Di and Kumar, Rajendran and Chang, Shih-Fu},
   Title = {Real-Time Personalized Sports       Video Filtering and Summarization},
   BookTitle = {ACM Multimedia},
   Address = {Ottawa,       Ontario, Canada},
   Month = {November},
   Year = {2001}

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