Multi-Instance Image Partitioning through Semantic Similarity Learning for Accurate Event-based Video Summarization – We propose a novel deep nonstationary architecture for a multiway network (MSN) which can efficiently and efficiently solve complex semantic modeling tasks. This architecture has been evaluated on two real-world datasets, the ImageNet Dataset (2012), and the MNIST Dataset (2011). Two experiments were performed to evaluate the performance of our proposed MSN architecture and our proposed solution. The first experiment was a two hour long video summarization task in the presence of several large object instances. Three instances of each type were annotated for the task and the MSN was trained to recognize pairs of objects in the sequence in which they appeared. The performance evaluations revealed that the MSN outperforms all of the existing MSN architectures.

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