The role of automated speech and audio analysis in semantic multimedia annotation


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Jong, Franciska de and Ordelman, Roeland and Hessen, Arjan van (2006) The role of automated speech and audio analysis in semantic multimedia annotation. In: International IET Conference on Visual Information Engineering, VIE 2006, 26-28 September 2006, Bangalore, India.

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Abstract:This paper overviews the various ways in which automatic speech and audio analysis can be deployed to enhance the semantic annotation of multimedia content, and as a consequence to improve the effectiveness of conceptual access tools.
A number of techniques will be presented, including the alignment of text resources, large vocabulary speech recognition, key word spotting and speaker classification. The applicability of techniques will be discussed from a media crossing perspective. The added value will be illustrated by the description of two complementary demonstrators for browsing broadcast news archieves.
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Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)
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