Multimedia Annotation Interoperability Framework
Multimedia systems typically contain digital documents of mixed media types, which are indexed on the basis of strongly divergent metadata standards. This severely hamplers the inter-operation of such systems. Therefore, machine understanding of metadata comming from different applications is a basic requirement for the inter-operation of distributed Multimedia systems. In this document, we present how interoperability among metadata, vocabularies/ontologies and services is enhanced using Semantic Web technologies. In addition, it provides guidelines for semantic interoperability, illustrated by use cases. Finally, it presents an overview of the most commonly used metadata standards and tools, and provides the general research direction for semantic interoperability using Semantic Web technologies.
|W3C technical reports|
|Knowledge Space of Semantic Inference for Automatic Annotation and Retrieval of Multimedia Content|
|Organisation||Human-Centered Data Analytics|
Tzouvaras, V, Troncy, R, & Pan, J.Z. (2007). Multimedia Annotation Interoperability Framework. W3C technical reports. W3C.