Ameni Yengui

Ameni Yengui
University of Sfax | US · Faculty of Economics and Management of Sfax

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Introduction
Additional affiliations
October 2017 - present
Faculté des Sciences Économiques et de Gestion de Sfax
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Education
September 1998 - June 2015

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Publications (22)
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Due to its potential for supporting heterogeneous and various data, ontologies are used in serval domains, notably the archaeological one. In this paper, we want to present a multimedia ontology that designs the different entities involved in the Tunisian archaeological field. On another hand, the task of creating ontology is error-prone. The quali...
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In this paper, we present two steps in the process of automatic annotation in archeological images. These steps are feature extraction and feature selection. We focus our research on archeological images which are very much studied in our days. It presents the most important steps in the process of automatic annotation in an image. Feature extracti...
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Interoperability is a key concept in what is known today as “data web” because it is by releasing the data from the application constraints that it is possible to easily navigate and react to additional information that complements the initial resource. However, while being released from the web applications, the information loses its contextualiza...
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The introduction of digital technologies into documentation methods for the cultural heritage and the archeology made it possible to develop new tools for the acquisition and the management of information collected for multidisciplinary studies. These tools are beginning to assert themselves as supports privileged for the description, the analysis...
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Interoperability is a key concept in what is known today as "data web" because it is by releasing the data from the application constraints that it is possible to easily navigate and react to additional information that complements the initial resource. However, while being released from the Web applications, the information loses its contextualiza...
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For an information retrieval project, we are in the process of developing an ontology of the Tunisian archeology, a termino-ontological resource that ensures (a) the model role of the domain that list all the relevant concepts and (b) the link between the concepts and the way they are named in the archaeologist’s documents. This double function all...
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Archaeologists are based on different documents (e.g., excavation rapports, archives, etc.) in order to achieve their works. In fact, many experts, coming from different fields, collect the data saved on these documents; however, these data are neither related nor specialized. Therefore, for the process of structuring the knowledge implemented by t...
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Archeology images automatic annotation is an effective way for content based image retrieval. This paper shows the proposal of segmentation for the automatic annotation. This segmentation is based on the split method which is a technique of the hybrid approach of image segmentation. This segmentation is done by the extraction of color and of shapes...
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In this article, the authors introduce their OSSVIRI information retrieval system which composed of three modules. In the analysis module, they have proposed a statistical technique exploiting the word frequency in order to extract the simple, compound and specific terms from the documents. In the indexing module, the authors used the ontology to a...
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This paper introduces a study on automatic images annotation. The requirements of effective indexing and searching images are growing rapidly. Automatic images annotation is an effective way for content based archaeological images. This paper introduces the characteristics of images and several types of visual descriptors used in images classificat...
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Ontologies are the backbone of the Semantic Web, a semantic-aware version of the World WideWeb. The availability of large-scale high quality domain ontologies depends on effective and usable methodologies aimed at supporting the crucial process of ontology building. Ontology building exhibits a structural and logical complexity that is comparable t...
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In this article, the authors introduce their OSSVIRI information retrieval system which composed of three modules. In the analysis module, they have proposed a statistical technique exploiting the word frequency in order to extract the simple, compound and specific terms from the documents. In the indexing module, the authors used the ontology to a...
Thesis
Notre travail s‟intègre dans le cadre de la recherche d‟information (RI) d‟un type particulier de documents audiovisuels, à savoir « les visioconférences ».Dans cette thèse, nous présentons notre système de recherche d‟information OSSVIRI. Il est composé de troismodules. Dans le module d‟analyse, nous avons proposé une technique statistique exploit...
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The performance of an information retrieval system (IRS) may be degraded in terms of accuracy due to the difficulty for users to express their information needs precisely. Reformulation or query expansion is one of the answers to this problem within the IRS. In this paper, we propose a new method of reformulating conceptual queries seeking, from th...
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The multiplication of the number of AudioVisual Documents (AVD) engendered a problem while searching for information within gigantic databases of which we are incapable to index their contents completely manually. Indeed, several complex difficulties are put by these documents because of the vertiginous increase of the quantity of the multimedia da...
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The current convergence of computer, networks and audiovisual technologies motivate the introduction of new computer systems for the storage and semantic indexation of audiovisual documents (AV). In this paper, we shall present an experiment on the description of audiovisual materials in medicine. We suggest a general architecture of the indexation...
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Information query in multimedia resources is based on processes facilitating access to information regardless of their heterogeneity. These resources are the subject of pedagogic information processing by video conferencing which constitutes an interesting area in our daily lives. Modelling of multimedia documents was a focus for several authors in...
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Our system OSVIRA (Ontology-Based System for Semantic Information Retrieval Visio-conference and Annotation) is devoted to the development of help to annotation and semantic search of multimedia conferencing resources. It is based on the use of ontology associated with dense thesaurus. It allows using multiple ontology relating to the same seamless...
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OSVIRA (Ontology-based System for Semantic Visio-conference Information Retrieval and Annotation) is a system devoted to the development of help to the annotation and to the semantic research of multimedia videoconferencing resources. It is founded on the use of dense ontology associated with a thesaurus. OSVIRA allows to describe semantically the...
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The objective of this paper is to describe a semantic annotation formalism of video-conferencing documents. It is about an annotation process based in the interpretation of the content of documents. The suggested formalism relies the elaboration of multi-dimensional and document multi-facet model of description, allowing to contextualize the differ...

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