Abstract

    Open Access Mini Review Article ID: TCSIT-6-143

    Visual experience recognition using adaptive support vector machine

    SP Santhoshkumar*, M Praveen Kumar and H Lilly Beaulah

    Video has more information than the isolated images. Processing, analyzing and understanding of contents present in videos are becoming very important. Consumer videos are generally captured by amateurs using handheld cameras of events and it contains considerable camera motion, occlusion, cluttered background, and large intraclass variations within the same type of events, making their visual cues highly variable and less discriminant. So visual event recognition is an extremely challenging task in computer vision. A visual event recognition framework for consumer videos is framed by leveraging a large amount of loosely labeled web videos. The videos are divided into training and testing sets manually. A simple method called the Aligned Space-Time Pyramid Matching method was proposed to effectively measure the distances between two video clips from different domains. Each video is divided into space-time volumes over multiple levels. A new transfer learning method is referred to as Adaptive Multiple Kernel Learning fuse the information from multiple pyramid levels, features, and copes with the considerable variation in feature distributions between videos from two domains web video domain and consumer video domain.With the help of MATLAB Simulink videos are divided and compared with web domain videos. The inputs are taken from the Kodak data set and the results are given in the form of MATLAB simulation.

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    Published on: Dec 3, 2021 Pages: 72-76

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/tcsit.000043
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