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CHORUS Deliverable 4.3: Report from CHORUS workshops on national initiatives and metadata
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2007 (English)Other (Other academic)
Abstract [en]

Minutes of the following Workshops: • National Initiatives on Multimedia Content Description and Retrieval, Geneva, October 10th, 2007. • Metadata in Audio-Visual/Multimedia production and archiving, Munich, IRT, 21st – 22nd November 2007 Workshop in Geneva 10/10/2007 This highly successful workshop was organised in cooperation with the European Commission. The event brought together the technical, administrative and financial representatives of the various national initiatives, which have been established recently in some European countries to support research and technical development in the area of audio-visual content processing, indexing and searching for the next generation Internet using semantic technologies, and which may lead to an internet-based knowledge infrastructure. The objective of this workshop was to provide a platform for mutual information and exchange between these initiatives, the European Commission and the participants. Top speakers were present from each of the national initiatives. There was time for discussions with the audience and amongst the European National Initiatives. The challenges, communalities, difficulties, targeted/expected impact, success criteria, etc. were tackled. This workshop addressed how these national initiatives could work together and benefit from each other. Workshop in Munich 11/21-22/2007 Numerous EU and national research projects are working on the automatic or semi-automatic generation of descriptive and functional metadata derived from analysing audio-visual content. The owners of AV archives and production facilities are eagerly awaiting such methods which would help them to better exploit their assets.Hand in hand with the digitization of analogue archives and the archiving of digital AV material, metadatashould be generated on an as high semantic level as possible, preferably fully automatically. All users of metadata rely on a certain metadata model. All AV/multimedia search engines, developed or under current development, would have to respect some compatibility or compliance with the metadata models in use. The purpose of this workshop is to draw attention to the specific problem of metadata models in the context of (semi)-automatic multimedia search.

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Chorus Project Consortium , 2007, 1. , 24 p.
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Computer and Information Science
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URN: urn:nbn:se:ri:diva-23552OAI: oai:DiVA.org:ri-23552DiVA: diva2:1042628
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Title on page one: Deliverable D 4.3 agenda, Viewgraphs and minutes of the following workshops: National initiatives on multimedia content description and retrieval, Geneva, October 10th, 2007; Metadata in audio-visual/multimedia production and archiving, Munich, IRT, 21-22 November 2007. Pages: 24Available from: 2016-10-31 Created: 2016-10-31

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