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JBE, vol. 26, no. 5, pp.543-552, September, 2021

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5909/JBE.2021.26.5.543

Detection of Conflict Transition Scene Using Character Regions

Seung-Bo Park and Chang-Hyun Lee

C.A E-mail: molaal@inha.ac.kr

Abstract:

The story is formed by the flow of the development and resolution of the conflict between the characters. Namely, the story consists of conflict setting, development, and resolution. Character region is an important __EXPRESSION__ technique to describe the emotions or states of characters and the relationship between characters and the environment. The purpose of this paper is to propose a method for detecting the transition of conflict from the graph of character region’s change. To this end, we present a method of generating a change graph of a character region in a movie by calculating the character region and a method of detecting a conflict transition scene from a graph of character region’s change. To verify the performance of the proposed method, an experiment was conducted to extract conflict transition scenes for 7 movies, and performance evaluation results of 73.57% accuracy and 77.26% recall were obtained. This proves that it is possible to extract conflict transition scenes based on the character region.



Keyword: story, conflict, character region, narrative, movie

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