The TREC conference series is sponsored by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) with additional support from other U.S. government agencies. The goal of the conference series is to encourage research in information retrieval by providing a large test collection, uniform scoring procedures, and a forum for organizations interested in comparing their results. In 2001 and 2002 the TREC series sponsored a video "track" devoted to research in automatic segmentation, indexing, and content-based retrieval of digital video. Beginning in 2003, this track became an independent evaluation (TRECVID) with a workshop taking place just before TREC.
George Awad is the TRECVID Project Leader at NIST.
Current steering committee:
We are pleased that four TRECVID teams will present a full day tutorial at ICMR 2017 on June 6, 2017
To cite TRECVID in publications:
Partial bibliography of peer-reviewed TRECVID-based work published in other forums
TREC/TRECVID Economic Impact Study
The Scholarly Impact of TRECVid (2003-2009); Preprint
A bibliometric study of video retrieval evaluation benchmarking (TRECVid) : a methodological analysis;
Tools and resources:
Evaluation tools used by TRECVID
Partial randomization test script, etc.
New task/track proposals:
TRECVID Statement on Product Testing and Advertising:
Guidelines for earlier TRECVID workshops:
TREC-2002 Video Track
TREC-2001 Video Track
Other forums for related work:
ACM International Conference on Multimedia Retrieval (ICMR 2017) [6-9 Jun. 2017, Bucharest, Romania]
15th International Workshop on Content-Based Multimedia Indexing (CBMI) [19-21 Jun. 2017, Florence, Italy]
IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR 2017) [21-26 July. 2017, Honolulu, HI]
25th ACM International Conference on Multimedia [23-27 Oct. 2017, Silicon Valley, California, USA]
24th International Conference on Multimedia Modeling (MMM 2018) [5-5 Feb. 2018, Bangkok, Thailand]