The scholarly impact of TRECVid (2003-2009)

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Title: The scholarly impact of TRECVid (2003-2009)
Authors: Thornley, Clare V.
Johnson, Andrea C.
Smeaton, Alan F.
Lee, Hyowon
Permanent link: http://hdl.handle.net/10197/2803
Date: Apr-2011
Abstract: This paper reports on an investigation into the scholarly impact of the TRECVid (TREC Video Retrieval Evaluation) benchmarking conferences between 2003 and 2009. The contribution of TRECVid to research in video retrieval is assessed by analyzing publication content to show the development of techniques and approaches over time and by analyzing publication impact through publication numbers and citation analysis. Popular conference and journal venues for TRECVid publications are identified in terms of number of citations received. For a selection of participants at different career stages, the relative importance of TRECVid publications in terms of citations vis a vis their other publications is investigated. TRECVid, as an evaluation conference, provides data on which research teams ‘scored’ highly against the evaluation criteria and the relationship between ‘top scoring’ teams at TRECVid and the ‘top scoring’ papers in terms of citations is analysed. A strong relationship was found between ‘success’ at TRECVid and ‘success’ at citations both for high scoring and low scoring teams. The implications of the study in terms of the value of TRECVid as a research activity, and the value of bibliometric analysis as a research evaluation tool, are discussed.
Funding Details: Not applicable
Type of material: Journal Article
Publisher: Wiley
Copyright (published version): 2011 Wiley
Keywords: Video retrievalBibliometricsVisualisationResearch evaluationIR test collections
Subject LCSH: Bibliometrics
Visualization
Institutional repositories
Information retrieval--Research
Digital video--Research
Information retrieval--Congresses
Digital video--Congresses
DOI: 10.1002/asi.21494
Language: en
Status of Item: Peer reviewed
Appears in Collections:CLARITY Research Collection
Information and Communication Studies Research Collection

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