Study and application of acoustic information for the detection of harmful content, and fusion with visual information (2009)
This thesis aims at investigating and developing techniques for content-based segmentation and classification of multimedia files, based on audio information. Emphasis has been given to analyzing the content of films based on audio information. In addition, part of the thesis is focused on the detection of audio classes related to violent content (e.g., gunshots, screams, etc). toggle 6 keywordsaudio analysis – violence detection – multimedia analysis – speech - music discrimination – audio classification – bayesian networks
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