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G. there is one hue histogram for each frame). As a global characterisation valid for the whole Programme Unit we use cumulative distributions of features over the number of frames of the Programme Unit. 26 A. Messina, M. L. 2 The Structural Features Vector Component The structural features part is constructed from the structural information extracted by the Segmentation Module. e. the amount of not included shots that are temporally internal to the cluster extension), (iv) the shot clusters distribution properties (which describe how the shot clusters are distributed along the Programme Unit timeline), and (v) the shot clusters relationships properties, which capture the mutual temporal relationships (such as adjacency, concatenation, inclusion) among clusters.

Some of these attributes are used to construct the extent set XK defined above. , μK (e) > 0. The classes in FSM are categorized as exact or fuzzy. m equal to 1. m strictly inferior to 1. The elements of a fuzzy class are called members. In FSM, α-MEMBERS denotes for a given fuzzy class K the set {e : e ∈ K ∧ μK (e) ≥ α}; where α ∈ [0, 1]. It is easy to see that α-MEMBERS ⊆ β-MEMBERS for all α and β in [0,1] and verifying α ≥ β. Note that 1-MEMBERS may also be refereed to true or exact members. In turn, α-MEMBERS with 0 < α < 1 are called fuzzy members.

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