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This changes the nature of media specific generation (e.g., language generation) which must take into account the multimedia context in which it occurs. ... A particular focus of our work has been on the generation of presentations that brief a user on information of interest. ... My closest collaborator in work on multimedia explanation has been Steven Feiner, with whom I have enjoyed many long hours of thought-provoking discussion, joint meetings on system design and development ...dblp:conf/ijcai/McKeown97 fatcat:vx4r5wp2yjfhhmvokpytezk4eu
This changes the nature of media-specific generation (e.g., language or graphics generation), which must take into account the multimedia context in which it occurs. ... A particular focus of our work has been on the generation of presentations that brief a user on information of interest. 0 1998 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved. ... It receives the content for the explanation, which has been constructed by the content planner under the assumption that no cross-references are needed. ...doi:10.1016/s0004-3702(98)00072-1 fatcat:mx72ge3s6nh4lkrlclsqzpafgu
These projects tackled important problems such as apportioning content to media and generating cross- references between them. ... Generating such captions is an important component of constructing multimedia explanations involving integrative graphical displays. ...
Its aim is to lay the basis for a future generation of tools that could assist media professionals in the process of verification. ... For the 2015 edition of the task, we have generated and made available a large corpus of real-world cases of images that were distributed through tweets, along with manually assigned labels regarding their ... ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We would like to thank Martha Larson for her valuable feedback in shaping the task and writing the overview paper. ...dblp:conf/mediaeval/BoididouAPDBRK15 fatcat:vuqoooxwrffqdbbjxhzfq4holu
In this paper, we discuss the different strategies used in COMET (COordinated Multimedia Explanation Testbed) for selecting words with which the user is familiar. ... We give examples for each of these strategies and show how they are implemented in COMET. ... and GER-90-2406, New York State Center for Advanced Technology Contracts NYSSTF-CAT(90)-053, (91)-053, and(92)-053, and Office of Naval Research Contracts N00014-82-K-0256 and N00014-89-J-1782. ...doi:10.3115/981574.981605 dblp:conf/acl/McKeownRT93 fatcat:xoenmj26uzdcvbud7mhtw4h24a
In this paper, we perform meta-analysis of leading publications in the communication area to dig out the exhausted and least investigated areas within the umbrella of Multimedia quality provisioning. ... The explanation for IEEE Transactions on Multimedia may be instead simply because it focuses on multimedia. ... In general, the overall research trend for multimedia quality provisioning is increasing day by day, and it is expected that it will increase even more in the future due to the pervasive use of multimedia ...doi:10.1145/2069131.2069167 dblp:conf/mobiwac/AhmedB11 fatcat:s25yucyfjfe7tjg6kykirxnedm
Generating cross-references for multimedia explanation. In Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference on Artificial Intelligence, pages 9-16. AAAI. McKeown, K., K. Kukich, and J. Shaw. 1994. ... Tailoring lexical choice to the user’s vocabulary in multimedia explanation generation. In Proceedings of the 31st Annual Meeting. Association for Computational Linguistics. ...
His re- search interests include human-computer interactions, multimedia, computer learn- ing, electronic commerce, and cross-cultural issues related to information system management. ... In this paper, descriptive information refers to information that contributes to the building of descriptive knowledge, whereas explanative information contributes to the building of explanative knowledge ...doi:10.1080/07421222.2002.11045712 fatcat:cu7jcjtrz5ffjlgqgpco3jqyyu
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
We describe how this model generates design guidelines for mixed-mode representations that present expository material in two domains -the concrete domain of mechanical systems and the abstract domain ... Static mixed-mode presentations consisting of verbal explanations illustrated with diagrams have long been used to communicate information. ... Hyperlinks to additional explanations in the original were replaced by parenthetical references to pages of an appendix containing the same explanations. ...doi:10.1007/3-540-44590-0_18 fatcat:htltladiyjhfhb42745abghadq
Communications in Computer and Information Science
, rather than Quality of Service in multimedia delivery, no-reference image quality assessment and the related video quality assessment remaining open research problem, with significant market potential ... In this paper we describe a study focused on evaluating the applicability of Local Binary Patterns (LBP) as features and neural networks as estimators for image quality assessment. ... This is especially true for no-reference methods, which have no notion of the original, non-compressed multimedia content. ...doi:10.1007/978-3-642-41013-0_40 fatcat:s2zgzfzd5bgwbdc6c6byzlxz2u
Ontology evolution in this context relies on the results obtained through reasoning for the interpretation of multimedia resources, through population of the ontology with new individuals, or through enrichment ... The recent success of distributed and dynamic infrastructures for knowledge sharing has raised the need for semiautomatic/automatic ontology evolution strategies. ... Fusion is also formalized as explanation generation via abductive reasoning. ...doi:10.1093/logcom/exn049 fatcat:ltj45v3tlzer7hqexgysrcfa2q
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
For the resources user want to add into database directly, system provide standard metadata formats about multimedia resources of different types(for example, video data, audio data, journal article, movie ... Generally speaking, there're three portal modes : (1)Vertical portal, which provides access to a variety of information and services about a particular area of interest; (2)Horizontal portal, often referred ... For the resources user want to add into database directly, system provide standard metadata formats about multimedia resources of different types(for example, video data, audio data, journal article, movie ...doi:10.1007/978-3-540-30544-6_105 fatcat:xvnvctwtnvb5zcflcmdecwcvra
The paper also offers suggestions on how to integrate the various science of learning principles for teachers to teach cognitive pattern recognition in the classroom. ... A teaching process model for cognitive pattern recognition is proposed and developed, which incorporates the various science of learning principles to optimize learning and minimize redundancies. ... The meaning of cross-fertilization, in the context of genetic reproduction, is when two different types of organisms cross their genes to produce the next generation of the organism (Britannica, 1998) ...doi:10.47577/tssj.v16i1.2607 fatcat:aampxvxl55e37ixbtrc7tvgwru
After a detailed analysis of the existing scoliosis detection methods, this paper compares and analyzes the advantages of using multimedia image processing technology to check scoliosis in children aged ... Generally, it can be divided into two kinds such as physical measurement methods and multimedia image analysis methods. e physical measurement method refers to the program that can directly touch the back ... over B to cross at points I and F2. ...doi:10.1155/2021/9951035 fatcat:d7tncjdv25hbhml7z6hww2ecme
Hall acknowledges the following for their contributions to this paper: the Microcosm team in the Multimedia Research Laboratory at Southampton; the Director of the HiDES project, Frank Colson; the staff ... Woolf acknowledges support for systems development from National Science Foundation Grant MDR 8751362, and the original work of Chris Eliot, Dan Suthers and Matt Cornell in developing these systems. ... Several instructional systems incorporate multimedia and explanation, i.e. they understand student questions or activities and generate real-time context-based responses. (See Side Bar on Page EE.) ...doi:10.1109/2.384121 fatcat:b2dp7teyivfq5b6opr4tm4jz3e
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