Conference/ProceedingsProceedings of the TRECVID Workshop 2008
Start date17.11.2008
End date18.11.2008
AddressGaithersburg, Maryland USA
Author(s)P. Wilkins, D. Byrne, Gareth J.F.Jones, H. Lee, G. Keenan, K. McGuinness, N. E. O'Connor, N. O'Hare, A. F. Smeaton, T. Adamek, R. Troncy, A. Amin, R. Benmokhtar, E. Dumont, B. Huet, B. Merialdo, G. Tolias, E. Spyrou, Y. Avrithis, G. Th. Papadopoulous, V. Mezaris, I. Kompatsiaris, R. Mörzinger, P. Schallauer, W. Bailer, K. Chandramouli, E. Izquierdo, Lutz Goldmann, Martin Haller, Amjad Samour, Andreas Cobet, Thomas Sikora, P. Praks, D. Hannah, M. Halvey, F. Hopfgartner, R. Villa, P. Punitha, A. Goyal, J. M. Jose
TitleK-Space at TRECVid 2008
AbstractIn this paper we describe K-Space’s participation in TRECVid 2008 in the interactive search task. For 2008 the K-Space group performed one of the largest interactive video information retrieval experiments conducted in a laboratory setting. We had three institutions participating in a multi-site multi-system experiment. In total 36 users participated, 12 each from Dublin City University (DCU, Ireland), University of Glasgow (GU, Scotland) and Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI, the Netherlands). Three user interfaces were developed, two from DCU which were also used in 2007 as well as an interface from GU. All interfaces leveraged the same search service. Using a latin squares arrangement, each user conducted 12 topics, leading in total to 6 runs per site, 18 in total. We officially submitted for evaluation 3 of these runs to NIST with an additional expert run using a 4th system. Our submitted runs performed around the median. In this paper we will present an overview of the search system utilized, the experimental setup and a preliminary analysis of our results.
Key wordsVideo Retrieval
NoteOral Presentation