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Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities
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Accessing Large AV Collections using Visual Analysis in Digital Humanities

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On the use of visual analysis technology to search audiovisual collections for research in the digital humanities. The presentation explains the audiovisual archive approach wrt access in general …

On the use of visual analysis technology to search audiovisual collections for research in the digital humanities. The presentation explains the audiovisual archive approach wrt access in general using visual analysis and discusses how this could fit into the practice of DH research on the basis of the results of the FP7 project AXES.

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  • 1. ACCESSING LARGE AUDIOVISUAL COLLECTIONS USING VISUAL ANALYSIS AV IN DH WORKSHOP @ DH2014 LAUSANNE ROELAND ORDELMAN
  • 2. NETHERLANDS INSTITUTE FOR SOUND AND VISION
  • 3. BUSINESS ARCHIVE DUTCH PUBLIC BROADCASTERS
  • 4. LARGE DIGITIZATION PROGRAMS
  • 5. CLARIAH PRESENTATIE 11 September 2013 6 +800.000 hours of audiovisual content ‘POTENTIAL’
  • 6. Find what you were (not) looking for
  • 7. Browse video to find what you were looking for X
  • 8. We need labels!
  • 9. Labels connect (content, context)
  • 10. Labeling
  • 11. CLARIAH PRESENTATIE 11 September 2013 13 BIG DATA!
  • 12. CLARIAH PRESENTATIE 11 September 2013 14 INNOVATIVE PLATFORMS
  • 13. We need USEFUL labels
  • 14. 16 USEFUL? Developer/ ICT researcher DH Researcher
  • 15. 17 FEEDBACK
  • 16. Research & Education Broadcast Professionals Hergebruik Media Archivists (documentalisten) Beschrijven Journalists Research Academic researchers Investigate Education Illustrate
  • 17. 19 Use Scenarios & System Requirements Interview & elicitation sessions Mock-up creation & evaluation Prototype evaluation System evaluation Surveys & log analysis Qualitative Qualitative QualitativeQuantitative Quantitative/ Qualitative
  • 18. BUILDING PROTOTYPES
  • 19. 2012 2013 -PRO -RES Onderzoekers Media Professionals
  • 20. <nisv@axes> ls –l Total 10 -r--r--r--. 1 nisv axes 301 Jun 26 2011 METADATA -r--r--r--. 1 nisv axes 301 Jun 26 2011 SUBTITLES -r--r--r--. 1 nisv axes 301 Jun 26 2011 SPEECH RECOGNITION -r--r--r--. 1 nisv axes 301 Jun 26 2011 FACE RECOGNITION -r--r--r--. 1 nisv axes 301 Jun 26 2011 VISUAL CONCEPT DETECT -r--r--r--. 1 nisv axes 301 Jun 26 2011 EVENT DETECTION -r--r--r--. 1 nisv axes 301 Jun 26 2011 LOCATION DETECTION -r--r--r--. 1 nisv axes 301 Jun 26 2011 QUERY BY EXAMPLE -r--r--r--. 1 nisv axes 301 Jun 26 2011 SEARCH -r--r--r--. 1 nisv axes 301 Jun 26 2011 RECOMMENDATION -r--r--r--. 1 nisv axes 301 Jun 26 2011 USER INTERFACE <nisv@axes> |
  • 21. Face Recognition
  • 22. Query by example
  • 23. DETECTION REQUIRES TRAINING (EXAMPLES) 2nd EC review meeting – Hilversum – Mar 19th 2013
  • 24. 2nd EC review meeting – Hilversum – Mar 19th 2013 EXPECTATION MANAGEMENT
  • 25. 2nd EC review meeting – Hilversum – Mar 19th 2013
  • 26. Expectation Management • Expectation management: – Training examples versus result list – Google images search versus visual search in AV • Understanding visual search: – why something is hard to detect • visual characteristics, training examples – Noise is not bad per definition
  • 27. DH perspective • First explorations in various projects – Requirements studies – Demonstrations – Prototypes • Technology is ready to start exploring its use in real use scenarios (e.g., query by example) • Feed DH ideas into ICT research community
  • 28. Technology exists that could help Technology does not solve all problems Discuss with ICT experts Technology has a price, what is the RoI? AWARENESS How does technology fit in How do limitations fit in ‘Technology Critique’ (Historian 2.0?) ICT and curriculum METHODOLOGY/TRAINING What can it do? How does it work? How does it perform? How can it be improved? MICRO MACRO How can we use it? What do we need? How does it scale? Who could benefit as well?
  • 29. www.axes-project.eu roelandordelman.nl Questions? <nisv@axes> <nisv@axes>

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