Video saliency-detection using custom spatiotemporal fusion method

Vinay C. Warad, Ruksar Fatima


There have been several researches done in the field of image saliency but not as much as in video saliency. In order to increase precision and accuracy during compression, reduce coding complexity and time consumption along with memory allocation problems with our proposed solution. It is a modified high-definition video compression (HEVC) pixel based consistent spatiotemporal diffusion with temporal uniformity. It involves taking apart the video into groups of frames, computing colour saliency, integrate temporal fusion, pixel saliency fusion is conducted and then colour information guides the diffusion process for the spatiotemporal mapping with the help of permutation matrix. The proposed solution is tested on a publicly available extensive dataset with five global saliency valuation metrics and is compared with several other state-of-the-art saliency detection methods. The results display and overall best performance amongst all other candidates.


Computing colour saliency; High-definition video compression pixel; Image saliency; Spatiotemporal diffusion; Video saliency

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International Journal of Reconfigurable and Embedded Systems (IJRES)
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