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Jean-Claude Moissinac

Jean-Claude Moissinac
Institut Mines-Télécom - Télécom Paris · Image Data Signal (IDS)

PhD in Computer Science

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Introduction
Activities ----- Past: multimedia technologies, SVG ----- Now: Linked Data, Semantic Web, Knowledge graphs, Graph embedding
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July 2001 - present
July 2001 - April 2016
Institut Mines-Télécom - Télécom ParisTech
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  • Professor (Associate)

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Publications (47)
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In this work we are interested in the problem of knowledge graph (KG) incompleteness, which we propose to solve by discovering implicit triples using observed ones in the incomplete graph leveraging analogy structures deducted from a KG embedding model. We use a language modelling approach that we adapt to entities and relations. The first results...
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One of the major gaps in the current HTML5 web platform is the lack of an interoperable means for a multimodal application to discover services and applications available in a given space and network, for example, in a smart house with a network of connected objects. To address this gap, the Multimodal Interaction Working Group has produced a draft...
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One of the major gaps in the current HTML5 web platform, is the lack of interoperable means for a multimodal application to discover services and applications available in a given space and network for example, in smart houses or in applications for the Internet of Things. To address this gap, we produced a SOA approach that was submitted to the W3...
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Teachers are encouraged to handle a large amount of (digital) information (text, multimedia, composite documents). This information feed data for teachers, their reflection, and can serve as raw material for training in a speech. The semantic web can facilitate the process of learning by helping to cope with the multiplicity and complexity of data...
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La construction d’ontologies et l’annotation documentaire sont des traitements très coûteux en temps et en ressources. Plusieurs travaux cherchent à mettre en place des solutions basées sur l’utilisation d’outils linguistiques pour extraire semi automatiquement ou automatiquement les informations pertinentes. Le volume d’information des program...
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The Soa2mSituation is a semantic model for specifying structure and behavior of multimodal interfaces according with the interaction context. Our research focuses on a multimodal model of services for the dynamic composition of interactive features in multimodal systems. We propose an interaction situation model to enhance the management of the int...
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HbbTV, an emerging standard for interactive television, is being deployed in various European countries, creating bandwidth demand for interactive services in existing saturated broadcast networks. The problem of managing often-reused resources, such as script libraries, in broadcast interactive applications, becomes acute when trying to find a goo...
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This paper proposes an approach for segmenting a Web page into its semantic parts. Such analysis may be useful for adapting blog or other pages on small devices. In this approach, we take advantage of both dynamic layout after rendering and textual information. Our method segments the page into blocks and then classifies the blocks. A classificatio...
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In this paper, after presenting the context, which indicates a considerable increase in the need for the adaptation of multimedia documents, we show that these results can be obtained by the composition of basic services. Nevertheless, this requires the availability of semantic descriptions of services, for which a shared vocabulary and good practi...
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Multimedia applications are challenging software and require collaboration of very different components such as networking, rendering, or scripting to provide a nice user experience. GPAC is an open source multimedia framework that implements a vast number of components and helps experimenting with different types of multimedia applications. It pro...
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A good way to deliver video and multimedia services to mobile terminals is to broadcast them. But, methods to broadcast interactive applications are very crude. In current broadcasting systems, the available bandwidth for interactive applications is and will remain heavily constrained by the associated video and audio streams. To overcome these con...
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Most 2D graphic languages deployed on the Internet today lack the ability to represent the topology of contiguous regions efficiently. This is becoming problematic with the growing number of map-based applications. In this paper, we introduce a new graphical primitive, called Super Path, to extend existing languages for 2D vector graphics, such as...
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Our research focuses in a multimodal model of services for the dynamic composition of interactive features in multimedia. These services primarily do complex multimedia compositions in pervasive semantics systems. We propose a new protocol to enhance UPnP [14] and Bonjour [15] device descriptions with semantic multimodal descriptions and to extend...
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Cet article présente une architecture orientée services qui adapte, par rapport à un contexte utilisateur, des documents multimédia composites. Dans cette approche, les ressources d'adaptation (ou adaptateurs) sont partagées par des nœuds distribués dans le réseau, dans une logique P2P. Ces nœuds peuvent aussi bien être des utilisateurs que des pre...
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In this paper, we focus on the problems of multimedia content personalization. We propose a new method/tool for authoring personalizable multimedia content. In other terms, our approach aims at helping the author (or the service provider) to generate a personalization process for an multimedia content which will be executed during the delivery of t...
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Much research is currently being conducted towards Universal Multimedia Access, aiming at removing barriers that arise when multimedia content is to be consumed with more and more heterogeneous devices and over diverse networks. We argue that users should be put at the center of the research work to enable user-centric multimedia access. In this p...
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The mobile industry, and in particular the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) Consortium, has selected the "Tiny" profile of the scalable vector graphics (SVG) specification as a basis for the rich media format for mobile applications, leading the way to consumer electronics. Among the foreseen applications for SVG on constrained consumer el...
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The use of proxies is commonplace in today’s MANETs, where they are used for a huge variety of network services. However the main problem of using proxies is that the end-to-end nature of the communication is broken. This leads to some severe security problems. One of the main questions that arise is how content caching by intermediaries can be don...
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The Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) language allows in its version 1.2 the description of multimedia scenes including audio, video, vector graphics, interactivity and animations. This standard has been selected by the mobile industry as the format for vector graphics and rich media content. For this purpose, additional tools were introduced in the l...
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In this paper, we develop and implement our Secure Universal Multimedia Access system (SUMA) for SVG content in the following three subtasks. For content adaptation, we based on XML/RDF, CC/PP and XSLT, for signing and authenticating SVG content we use Merkle hash tree technique and for content delivery, we develop a mechanism for dynamic delivery...
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GPAC is a multimedia framework for research and academic purposes in different aspects of multimedia, with a focus on presentation technologies (graphics, animation and interactivity). The project started in 2003 with the initial goal to develop from scratch, in ANSI C, clean software compliant to the MPEG-4 Systems standard, a small and flexible a...
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The heterogeneity of current terminals and networks leads to data transmission disturbances, particularly with multimedia flows. Dynamic adaptation is a de facto solution which enables users to exchange any data type in an optimal way, in spite of various networks, terminals, applications, needs and preferences. However content authentication is mo...
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This article proposes an architecture that delivers adapted multimedia documents to participants of a P2P system. Both the multimedia documents and the adaptation resources are made available in the P2P system. The adaptation architecture looks for adaptation resources, composes them in order to support complex adaptation operations and to perform...
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In this paper we propose SEMAFOR, a web based platform for protecting adaptive multimedia content delivery in heterogeneous environments. It aims to deliver an end-to-end authenticity of original content exchanged in a heterogeneous network while allowing content adaptation by intermediary proxies between the content transmitter and the final users...
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The Campus Mobile project explored how PDAs and innovative interfaces can improve interaction during lectures and in small meetings. These mobile computers (small PCs or PDAs) are nomad mediators that provide the link between the public space and the user's private space. A lecturer uses an augmented whiteboard to annotate her presentation, while t...
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In this paper, we present a secured multimedia content delivery system that aims to deliver an end-to-end authenticity of original content exchanged in an heterogeneous network while allowing content adaptation by intermediary proxies between the content providers and the final users. We proposed a system prototype applicable to multimedia content...
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This paper presents two prototypes for augmenting lectures and small group meetings that have been developped in the context of a digital campus. The various aspects that have been developped (augmented whiteboard interaction, annotation management, multimedia, wireless communication strategies, single display groupware, user centred conception...)...
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This paper introduces a generic architecture for the provision of adaptable services to mobile terminal users. The architecture involves the use of component technologies for the service logic and the use of MPEG-7 and MPEG-21 functionalities that enable the description, processing and adaptation of multimedia flows.The requirements for adaptable s...
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Summary 'Cours Chemin' is a project aiming at the development of tools for capturing and exploiting multimedia collections of lectures and conferences. More specifically, the main goal of this project is to provide with methodologies and tools which should eventually minimize the acquisition cost, while at the same time facilitating content-based a...
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RESUME Cet article propose une architecture générique pour la fourniture de services adaptables aux usagers de terminaux mobiles. L'architecture intègre l'utilisation de technologies de composants pour la logique de services et des fonctionnalités offertes par MPEG-7 et MPEG-21 en matière de description, de traitement et d'adaptation du flux de don...
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Our work focuses on the encoding of two-dimensional (2-D) graphics animated cartoons with MPEG-4. This stems from a need to stop encoding cartoons as videos and to start using methods more adapted to animated 2-D vector graphics sequences. We expected this could be an efficient coding with good versatility for various types of terminals. First, we...
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"La communication écrite est encore jeune" écrivait R.Escarpit1 en 1973 ajoutant que celle-ci vieillissait moins vite que d'autres moyens de communication. Nous ne pouvons aujourd'hui que constater la pertinence de cette réflexion . En effet les formes de communication médiatisée par les technologies du numérique et des réseaux proposent une palett...
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La circulation de l'information devient une préoccupation prioritaire des sociétés modernes. C'est pourquoi, la production audiovisuelle destinée aux télévisions et aux entreprises doit considérablement se développer dans les prochaines années. Une concurrence sévère nait dès maintenant de cette situation. Elle oppose les entreprises artisanales, q...
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This article introduces a service oriented architecture for the adaptation of multimedia document. In this architecture, adaptation resources (or adaptors) are proposed as shared resources by the participants. We take advantage of unused software and hardware resources. The implementation of this architecture is based on the web services. We extend...
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- Macroscopic aspects of coding and existing media formats, and their consequences in the design of multimedia applications. - Issues related to the distribution of multimedia content. - Investigation of multimedia applications architectures, i.e. the impact of the diversity of terminal devices, the modes of media distribution and application class...

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I look into the aesthetics of new media art. How do they challenge the spectators ? What do they tell us about our contemporary world views?