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000083148 245__ $$aDetecting Group Interest-level in Meetings
000083148 269__ $$a2004
000083148 260__ $$bIDIAP$$c2004$$aMartigny, Switzerland
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000083148 500__ $$aSubmitted for publication.
000083148 520__ $$aFinding relevant segments in meeting recordings is important for summarization, browsing, and retrieval purposes. In this paper, we define relevance as the interest-level that meeting participants manifest as a group during the course of their interaction (as perceived by an external observer), and investigate the automatic detection of segments of high-interest from audio-visual cues. This is motivated by the assumption that there is a relationship between segments of interest to participants, and those of interest to the end user, e.g. of a meeting browser. We first address the problem of human annotation of group interest-level. On a 50-meeting corpus, recorded in a room equipped with multiple cameras and microphones, we found that the annotations generated by multiple people exhibit a good degree of consistency, providing a stable ground-truth for automatic methods. For the automatic detection of high-interest segments, we investigate a methodology based on Hidden Markov Models (HMMs) and a number of audio and visual features. Single- and multi-stream approaches were studied. Using precision and recall as performance measures, the results suggest that (i) the automatic detection of group interest-level is promising, and (ii) while audio in general constitutes the predominant modality in meetings, the use of a multi-modal approach is beneficial.
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000083148 6531_ $$alearning
000083148 6531_ $$amccowan
000083148 6531_ $$agatica
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000083148 6531_ $$abengio
000083148 700__ $$0241066$$g171600$$aGatica-Perez, Daniel
000083148 700__ $$aMcCowan, Iain A.
000083148 700__ $$aZhang, Dong
000083148 700__ $$aBengio, Samy$$g140142$$0243961
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