Advances in Semantic Media Adaptation and Personalization by Yeliz Yesilada, Sean Bechhofer (auth.), Dr. Manolis Wallace,

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By Yeliz Yesilada, Sean Bechhofer (auth.), Dr. Manolis Wallace, Professor Marios C. Angelides, Dr. Phivos Mylonas (eds.)

Realizing the becoming significance of semantic version and personalization of media, the editors of this booklet introduced jointly major researchers and practitioners of the sphere to debate the cutting-edge, and discover rising intriguing advancements. This quantity includes prolonged models of chosen papers provided on the 1st overseas Workshop on Semantic Media variation and Personalization (SMAP 2006), which happened in Athens in December 2006.

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Moreover, an ontology-rooted vocabulary can be agreed and shared (or mapped) between different systems, or different modules of the same system, and therefore user preferences, represented this way, can be more easily shared by different players. For instance, a personalisation framework may share a domain ontology with a knowledge-based content analysis tool that extracts semantic metadata from audio/visual content, conforming to the ontology [4]. On this basis, it is easier to build algorithms that match preference to content, through the common domain ontology.

Fig. 5). Although with our current implementation we have not fully exploited the advantages of portals, this portlet provides the basis to be extended to support more sophisticated usage of user profiles and history. For instance, personalisation can be supported where the system makes decisions based on some observation of user behaviour [16]. 4 Personalisation Existing research suggest that disorientation and cognitive overhead are the two main problems that users experience when trying to navigate within hypertext systems.

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