Video hyperlinking is growing interest in the multimedia retrieval community. In video hyperlinking the goal is to apply the concept of linking that we are used to in the text domain to videos: enable the user to browse from one video to another. The assumption is that video hyperlinking can help to explore large video repositories more adequately. Links are created based on an automatically derived, topical relationship between video segments. The question however is, how do we identify which video segments in these repositories are good candidates for linking? And also, if we have such candidates, how to make sure that the links to video targets are really interesting for a user? Five research groups presented their view on this today, at a special session at the International Conference on Multimedia Retrieval (ICMR2017) in Bucharest.
Hubs and false links
Chong-Wah Ngo from City University of Hong Kong…
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