coherent video

coherent video

[kō′hir·ənt ′vid·ē·ō]
(electronics)
The video signal produced in a moving-target indicator system by combining a radar echo signal with the output of a continuous-wave oscillator; after delay, this signal is detected, amplified, and subtracted from the next pulse train to give a signal representing only moving targets.
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Here the goal is to make it possible for computers to build coherent video narratives using story models by humans.
It may sound odd, and on the surface appear untrue, but your primary and most important audience is the producer or director charged with the responsibility of making a coherent video that effectively communicates your message.