inEvent - Accessing Dynamic Networked Multimedia Events
Several partners of the inEvent consortium have indeed access to (and continuously generate) such large multimedia repositories, which keep being enriched everyday by new recordings, as well as social network data. The resulting resources often share common or related information, or are highly complementary, but also come from different sources, in different formats, and different types of metadata information (if any). Hence, it is still impossible to properly search across those very rich multimedia resources simply based on metadata.
Exploiting, and going beyond, the current state-of-the-art in audio, video, and multimedia processing and indexing, the present project proposes research and development towards a system that addresses the above problem by breaking our multimedia recordings into interconnected "hyper-events" (as opposed to hypertext) consisting of a particular structure of simpler "facets" which are easier to search, retrieve and share. Building and adaptively linking such "hyper-events", as a means to search and link networked multimedia archives, will result in more efficient search system, in which information can be retrieved based on "insights" and "experiences" (in addition to the usual metadata).
Reaching the aforementioned goal requires challenging RTD efforts going much beyond current state-of-the- art in the ﬁelds of knowledge representation, audio processing, video analysis, semantics of information, and exploitation of social network information. Ultimately, the main goal of inEvent could thus be summarized as developing new ways to replace the usual "hypertext" links (linking "information" bits) by multi-faceted "hyper-events" (linking different "experiences/insights" related to dynamic multimedia recordings).
Keywords: Networked multimedia events; indexing and searching, multimedia indexing, retrieval, searching, and sharing, social network data exploitation, hyper-events.
Collaboration between inEvent and the International Create Challenge 2014
In 2014, inEvent will channel part of its dissemination and technology transfer efforts via the ICC event, which will take place at the Idiap Research Institute in Martigny from August 26th to September 16th. thus especially encourages applicants interested in areas related to dynamic networked multimedia document indexing and recommendation. The organizers of the ICC are expecting that 1 to 2 (out of 10) ICC participation tickets will be reserved for teams whose start-up project revolves around inEvent research themes.
In exchange, and to encourage technology transfer, the inEvent technology portfolio (and associated IPR) and software will be presented in detail through talks and workshops, and made available for exploitation.
Whilst inEvent will directly benefit form the existing ICC infrastructure, this collaboration allows to encourage inEvent related activities. Organizing an inEvent-lead track on multimedia within ICC aims at exploring ways to collaborate with research institutions and spot new commercial applications for the different technologies developed by inEvent.
To summarize, the point is to give an overview of the different cutting-edge technologies developed within the inEvent project, and give the floor to creative and motivated entrepreneurs, researchers, and developers from outside the consortium to explore what can be commercialized.
Applications for the ICC’2014 are open till April, 28th 2014. Apply now !
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