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The comparisons between our selected features and those in related work verify that our features improve the performance by a significant number

Affective Mtv Analysis Based On Arousal And Valence Features

2008 IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MULTIMEDIA AND EXPO, VOLS 1-4, pp.1369-+, (2008)

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Abstract

Nowadays, MTV has become an important favorite pastime to modem people because of its conciseness, convenience to play and the characteristic that can bring both audio and visual experiences to audiences. In this paper, we propose an affective MTV analysis framework, which realizes MTV affective state extraction, representation and cluste...More

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Introduction
  • MTV (Music TV) is an important favorite pastime to modern people. Especially in recent years, MTV can be played conveniently on mobile sets including cell phones and music players such as iPod and Zune.
  • The increasing amounts of MTV and storage capacity of the digital sets have caused many problems: how to effectively organize, manage and retrieve the desired MTVs. It is true that the traditional MTV classifications based on Artist, Album and Title, could be solutions to this problem.
  • It is true that the traditional MTV classifications based on Artist, Album and Title, could be solutions to this problem
  • These methods have many limitations when people want to manage and retrieve MTVs with semantic and abstract concepts.
  • Users will be able to classify MTVs into categories according to MTVs’ affective states, so that they can select their desired categories to enjoy
Highlights
  • MTV (Music TV) is an important favorite pastime to modern people
  • Affective MTV content analysis which has little been researched before might provide potential solutions to these problems
  • We present a framework for affective MTV analysis
  • The comparisons between our selected features and those in related work verify that our features improve the performance by a significant number
Results
  • The authors' dataset of MTV is representative.
  • Results of Affective Clustering First, the Valence-based clustering is carried out and four clusters are generated.
  • The Arousal-based clustering is carried out on these four pregenerated clusters respectively.
  • Eight categories, within which the MTVs are similar in both Arousal and Valence, are generated.
  • Each category is marked in the A-V space and colored, so user can identify each category’s affective state and select their desired categories to enjoy from MTV database
Conclusion
  • The authors present a framework for affective MTV analysis.
  • Six Arousal features and five Valence features are extracted.
  • Affinity Propagation is utilized to put MTVs with similar affective states into same categories.
  • The authors conduct subjective user study to obtain the background truth about the affective state of each MTV.
  • The numerical evaluations prove the validity of the framework.
  • The comparisons between the selected features and those in related work verify that the features improve the performance by a significant number
Tables
  • Table1: The options and corresponding descriptions
  • Table2: Rules for ground truth computation
  • Table3: The quantified affective states of each cluster
  • Table4: The numerical evaluation results
  • Table5: The comparison of A-V features
  • Table6: The precision improvement
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Funding
  • The authors gratefully acknowledge the support of K
  • Wong Education Foundation, Hong Kong and Science100 Plan of Chinese Academy of Sciences under Grant 99T3002T03
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