A research agenda for assessing the utility of document annotations in multimedia databases of meeting recordings.

Denis Lalanne, Stephane Sire, Rolf Ingold, Ardhendu Behera, Dalila Mekhaldi, D Rotz

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The recording, multimodal analysis and archiving of meetings introduce new challenges for research in multimedia information management. Meetings involve multiple media that can be aligned together. This requires a global annotation framework. In particular, meetings often deal with documents, either projected or discussed, which can be aligned with the audio and video streams. This article presents a research agenda for bridging the gap between documents, several types of annotations of documents, and multimodal annotations of audio and video streams. It also presents the task of authoring meeting minutes as a means to evaluate multimodal annotations and the alignment of documents with other media.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNot Known
Pages47-55
Publication statusPublished - 8 Sep 2003
Event3rd International Workshop on Multimedia Data and Document Engineering (MDDE) in conjuction with VLDB - Berlin, Germany
Duration: 8 Sep 2003 → …

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Workshop3rd International Workshop on Multimedia Data and Document Engineering (MDDE) in conjuction with VLDB
CountryGermany
CityBerlin
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Lalanne, D., Sire, S., Ingold, R., Behera, A., Mekhaldi, D., & Rotz, D. (2003). A research agenda for assessing the utility of document annotations in multimedia databases of meeting recordings. In Not Known (pp. 47-55)
Lalanne, Denis ; Sire, Stephane ; Ingold, Rolf ; Behera, Ardhendu ; Mekhaldi, Dalila ; Rotz, D. / A research agenda for assessing the utility of document annotations in multimedia databases of meeting recordings. Not Known. 2003. pp. 47-55
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