Integrating User-Generated Content and Pervasive Communications

ArticleinIEEE Pervasive Computing 7(4):58-61 · October 2008with32 Reads
DOI: 10.1109/MPRV.2008.76 · Source: doi.ieeecomputersociety.org
Abstract
This month's Works in Progress features eight projects that support the integration of user-generated content (UGC) in a world of pervasive communications. The projects range from AI-based UGC service discovery in the first essay to a semantically enriched information model that communication systems can use to deploy UGC in pervasive applications in the last essay. Other projects leverage the growing ubiquity of camera-equipped mobile phones, a global architecture that enriches hosted service-layer applications with user-generated contextual information, a mobile tourist-service application supporting tourism as a social activity, a prototype interactive digital TV application, and an access-control framework that captures information dynamically generated by customers of multiservice business areas.
    • "The work we present in this paper, on the other hand, focuses on how the user-interaction with the programme can change the user's own TV watching experience. However, we are investigating alternative ways to capture and process the viewer-interaction experience from a large population (Baladrón et al., 2008). The support to facilitate the generation of personal marks by users has LONG been investigated by many researchers, from early hypertext systems (e.g., Marshall, 1998) to recent web-based multimedia tools processing annotation data (e.g., Elliott and Özsoyoglu, 2008). "
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    • "Another interesting idea described in [3] aims at creating user-generated content in a new way is by capturing the interactions between TV viewers and their remote control. Based on the actions they take, a system could automatically annotate the content that is currently shown on TV. "
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