Virtual Collaborative System supporting Multiple Conferences with Real Time XML Recording

M. Kim, C. Hong
2013 Current Research on Software, Security, Cloud and Super Computing   unpublished
With development of Internet technologies, Internet based communication has emerged as an important method of communication. Therefore, virtual learning or collaboration through Internet may be introduced as an effective way in education or research. In this paper, we propose a virtual collaborative system supporting multiple conferences. The proposed system consists of two parts: multimedia content authoring for presentation and virtual collaboration for conference. The integrated authoring
more » ... grated authoring tool enables users to create multimedia contents for presentation. Media objects are synchronized with the temporal and spatial information using Synchronous Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL) defined by W3C. In virtual collaboration, users use digital images and associated spatial data elements which are symbols such as arrows or polygons along with text and used to represent areas of interest in images. The content of each conference which is spatial data elements from the participants with respect to certain topic can be recorded into an XML database using Unstructured Information Management Architecture (UIMA).
doi:10.14257/astl.2013.35.06 fatcat:2femuqdarre25dmbbssidxdvia