Ben Abdallah,F., Feki,G., Ben Ammar,A., Ben Amar,C.
Nowadays, taking photos and recording our life are daily task for the majority of people. The recorded information helped to build several applications like the self-monitoring of activities, memory assistance and long-term assisted living. This trend, called lifelogging, interests a lot of research communities such as computer vision, machine learning, human-computer interaction, pervasive computing and multimedia. Great effort have been made in the acquisition and the storage of captured data but there are still challenges in managing, analyzing, indexing, retrieving, summarizing and visualizing these captured data. In this work, we present a new model driven architecture for deep learning-based multimodal lifelog retrieval, summarization and visualization. Our proposed approach is based on different models integrated in an architecture established on four phases. Based on Convolutional Neural Network, the first phase consists of data preprocessing for discarding noisy images. In a second step, we extract several features to enhance the data description. Then, we generate a semantic segmentation to limit the search area in order to better control the runtime and the complexity. The second phase consist in analyzing the query. The third phase which based on Relational Network aims at retrieving the data matching the query. The final phase treat the diversity-based summarization with k-means which offers, to lifelogger, a key-frame concept and context selection-based visualization.