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A framework towards multi-modal fingerprinting scheme for multimedia assets

Badii, A. and Thiemert, D. (2008) A framework towards multi-modal fingerprinting scheme for multimedia assets. In: European and Mediterranean conference on information systems 2008 (EMCIS 2008), Al Bostan Rotana, Dubai, UAE.

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Abstract/Summary

Fingerprinting is a well known approach for identifying multimedia data without having the original data present but what amounts to its essence or ”DNA”. Current approaches show insufficient deployment of three types of knowledge that could be brought to bear in providing a finger printing framework that remains effective, efficient and can accommodate both the whole as well as elemental protection at appropriate levels of abstraction to suit various Foci of Interest (FoI) in an image or cross media artefact. Thus our proposed framework aims to deliver selective composite fingerprinting that remains responsive to the requirements for protection of whole or parts of an image which may be of particularly interest and be especially vulnerable to attempts at rights violation. This is powerfully aided by leveraging both multi-modal information as well as a rich spectrum of collateral context knowledge including both image-level collaterals as well as the inevitably needed market intelligence knowledge such as customers’ social networks interests profiling which we can deploy as a crucial component of our Fingerprinting Collateral Knowledge. This is used in selecting the special FoIs within an image or other media content that have to be selectively and collaterally protected.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Divisions:Faculty of Science > School of Systems Engineering
ID Code:14575
Uncontrolled Keywords:Multi-modal Fingerprinting, Robust Hash, Collaterally-aided Fingerprinting, Focus-of-Interest Fingerprinting, Multimedia Protection
Publisher:Brunel University

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