Requirements for an adaptive multimedia presentation system with contextual supplemental support media

Authors: Cutts, S., Davies, P., Newell, D. and Rowe, N.

Journal: Proceedings - 2009 1st International Conference on Advances in Multimedia, MMEDIA 2009

Pages: 62-67

ISBN: 9780769536934

DOI: 10.1109/MMEDIA.2009.19

Abstract:

Investigations into the requirements for a practical adaptive multimedia presentation system have led the writers to propose the use of a video segmentation process that provides contextual supplementary updates produced by users. Supplements consisting of tailored segments are dynamically inserted into previously stored material in response to questions from users. A proposal for the use of this technique is presented in the context of personalisation within a Virtual Learning Environment. During the investigation, a brief survey of advanced adaptive approaches revealed that adaptation may be enhanced by use of manually generated metadata, automated or semi-automated use of metadata by stored context dependent ontology hierarchies that describe the semantics of the learning domain. © 2009 IEEE.

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Requirements for an Adaptive Multimedia Presentation System with Contextual Supplemental Support Media

Authors: Cutts, S., Davies, P., Newell, D., Rowe, N. and IEEE

Journal: 2009 FIRST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ADVANCES IN MULTIMEDIA

Pages: 62-+

ISBN: 978-1-4244-4471-7

DOI: 10.1109/MMEDIA.2009.19

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Requirements for an Adaptive Multimedia Presentation System with Contextual Supplemental Support Media

Authors: Atfield-Cutts, S., Davies, P., Newell, D. and Rowe, N.

Conference: MMedia 2009: The First International Conference on Advances in Multimedia

Dates: 20-25 July 2009

Publisher: IEEE

Place of Publication: Colmar, France

ISBN: 978-0-7695-3693-4

DOI: 10.1109/MMEDIA.2009.19

Abstract:

Investigations into the requirements for a practical adaptive multimedia presentation system have led the writers to propose the use of a video segmentation process that provides contextual supplementary updates produced by users. Supplements consisting of tailored segments are dynamically inserted into previously stored material in response to questions from users. A proposal for the use of this technique is presented in the context of personalisation within a Virtual Learning Environment. During the investigation, a brief survey of advanced adaptive approaches revealed that adaptation may be enhanced by use of manually generated metadata, automated or semi-automated use of metadata by stored context dependent ontology hierarchies that describe the semantics of the learning domain. The use of neural networks or fuzzy logic filtering is a technique for future investigation. A prototype demonstrator is under construction.

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Preferred by: David Newell and Suzy Atfield-Cutts

Requirements for an Adaptive Multimedia Presentation System with Contextual Supplemental Support Media.

Authors: Cutts, S., Davies, P., Newell, D. and Rowe, N.

Editors: Burdescu, D.D., Crespi, N. and Dini, O.

Journal: MMEDIA

Pages: 62-67

Publisher: IEEE Computer Society

ISBN: 978-0-7695-3693-4

DOI: 10.1109/MMEDIA.2009.19

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Requirements for an Adaptive Multimedia Presentation System with Contextual Supplemental Support Media

Authors: Atfield-Cutts, S., Davies, P., Newell, D. and Rowe, N.

Conference: MMedia 2009: The First International Conference on Advances in Multimedia

Publisher: IEEE

ISBN: 978-0-7695-3693-4

Abstract:

Investigations into the requirements for a practical adaptive multimedia presentation system have led the writers to propose the use of a video segmentation process that provides contextual supplementary updates produced by users. Supplements consisting of tailored segments are dynamically inserted into previously stored material in response to questions from users. A proposal for the use of this technique is presented in the context of personalisation within a Virtual Learning Environment. During the investigation, a brief survey of advanced adaptive approaches revealed that adaptation may be enhanced by use of manually generated metadata, automated or semi-automated use of metadata by stored context dependent ontology hierarchies that describe the semantics of the learning domain. The use of neural networks or fuzzy logic filtering is a technique for future investigation. A prototype demonstrator is under construction.

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