After running a video hyperlinking benchmark evaluation for a number of years at MediaEval, we are excited to have now an evaluation running on video hyperlinking at TRECVid as well. On the 17th of November 2015, we discussed the results of the evaluation and the plans for next year at the TRECVid workshop in Gaithersburg, US.
Benchmarking the concept of video hyperlinking already started in 2009 with the Linking Task in VideoCLEF that involved linking video to wikipedia material on the same subject in a different language. In 2012, we started a ‘brave new task’ in MediaEval, where we explored approaches to benchmark the concept of linking videos to other videos using internet video from blip.tv. In 2013-2014, ‘search and hyperlinking’ ran as a regular MediaEval task, this time with a collection of about 2500 hours of broadcast video from BBC instead of internet video.
Thanks to MediaEval we could improve our understanding of the concept of…
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