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ICDMW 2010
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Adaptive multimedia mining on distributed stream processing systems

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Abstract

We present an application for distributed semantic concept detection in multimedia streams. The streams are mined using Support Vector Machine based concept detectors (classifiers) deployed on a distributed stream processing system. We organize the classifiers into a hierarchical topology based on semantic relationships between the concepts of interest, and use the system resource manager to place the topology across a set of processing nodes. We then develop distributed game theoretic optimization strategies for dynamic adaptation of individual classifier operating characteristics in order to maximize end-to-end application utility under varying resource availability. As part of this paper, we will demonstrate the principles behind large-scale multimedia stream mining, and showcase the design, development, deployment, and distributed adaptation of such applications on a large scale cluster. A video demonstration of the system can be found at: http://childman.bol.ucla.edu/ICDM/ demovideoicdm2009.swf © 2010 IEEE.

Date

01 Dec 2010

Publication

ICDMW 2010

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