PACE: an Experimental Web-Based Audiovisual Application using FDL

Abstract : This paper describes the PACE experimental multimedia application that aims at providing automatic tools for web browsing of television program collections; experimentations are currently in progress with a fifty-four Le Grand Échiquier show collection. PACE has been built with the FERIA framework and relies on multiple automatic analysis tools. It is generic enough to easily adapt to other collections. Emphasis is made on the new audiovisual documents description language FDL as it is the core part of FERIA, with a particular attention paid on how it operates in PACE.
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Marc Caillet, Jean Carrive, Vincent Brunie, Cécile Roisin. PACE: an Experimental Web-Based Audiovisual Application using FDL. Web Document Analysis 2005, Aug 2005, Singapour, Singapore. ⟨inria-00423351⟩

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