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Tracking the Progress of Multimedia Semantics - from MPEG-7 to Web 3.0

author: Jane Hunter, University of Queensland
published: Dec. 18, 2008,   recorded: December 2008,   views: 3999


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This paper will describe the next generation of hybrid scalable classification systems that combine social tagging, machine-learning and traditional library classification approaches. It will also discuss approaches to the related challenge of aggregating light-weight community-generated tags with complex MPEG-7 descriptions and discipline-specific ontologies through common, extensible upper ontologies - to enhance discovery and re-use of multimedia content across disciplines and communities.

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