Conference Paper

The Design of “Intelligence ” for the Management of Personal Multimedia Content

Conference: Poster and Demo Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Semantic and Digital Media Technologies, Athens, Greece, December 6-8, 2006
Source: DBLP


aceMedia has taken the challenge of organising personal content by creating tools to automatically generate metadata descriptors and search content intuitively. In this paper we review part of the approach taken by aceMedia to create semantic metadata (ontologies) and use of this to enable more appropriate search and matching and managing of content. However, there is further benefit the end user can gain from this semantic metadata and this is from adding intelligence in the software. The benefits and how intelligence can be added is described with a particular focus on assisting the user in the creation of privacy preference rules when sharing content: the creation of self-governing inferencing.

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