VideoMCC: a New Benchmark for Video Comprehension

23 Jun 2016Du TranMaksim BolonkinManohar PaluriLorenzo Torresani

While there is overall agreement that future technology for organizing, browsing and searching videos hinges on the development of methods for high-level semantic understanding of video, so far no consensus has been reached on the best way to train and assess models for this task. Casting video understanding as a form of action or event categorization is problematic as it is not fully clear what the semantic classes or abstractions in this domain should be... (read more)

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