Fig. 1: The Query Interface
The second important part of the query interface is the dialog in which the query conditions can be detailed. Such a dialog is split into two parts:
Now one can select from the result set either one special data record or select them all. In addition there are the buttons "One " or " All" which follow the functionality described above. Click on the SELECT Button and the data is transferred into the respective window and the dialog window closes.
For Event queries, the window looks different (fig. 2). The reason
is that we propose to specify temporal queries, such as 'give me all goals
which happened after a corner'. One defines thus two events, from which
the first took place after the second one :
|Fig. 2: The Event - Dialog|
Before one submits the query, there are still two options to specify :
1) In the first list field one indicates, which video granularity one desires. The smallest granularity is "SHOTS ", while "COMPOUND UNITS" is the largest.
2) The second list field determines whether the conditions of the individual categories are AND or OR connected.
The actual query process is started by clicking the SUBMIT button, while the button " CLEAR form " deletes all conditions defined before.
If the query was successful, the results are displayed as a list in a new window. Now, one has the following options:
regard a certain video (through click on the
reduce the result set ( Refine - Button)
store the query ( Store curtain - Button)
leave the result presentation ( CLOSE - Button)
One can reload a Stored Query by two ways:
Either in the menu Query = > load with the helpof the icons or with the question mark.
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