Jun Wu, Xian-Sheng Hua, Hong-Jiang Zhang, and Bo Zhang
This paper considers the problems of feature variation and concept uncertainty in typical learning-based video semantic classification schemes. We proposed a new online semantic classification framework, termed OOIL (for Online-Optimized Incremental Learning), in which two sets of optimized classification models, local and global, are online trained by sufficiently exploiting both local and global statistic characteristics of videos. The global models are pre-trained on a relatively small set of pre-labeled samples. And the local models are optimized for the under-test video or video segment by checking a small portion of unlabeled samples in this video, while they are also applied to incrementally update the global models. Experiments have illustrated promising results on simulated data as well as real sports videos.
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