User Mediated Hypermedia Presentation Generation on the Semantic Web Framework

  • Jayan C Kurian
  • Payam M. Barnaghi
  • Michael Ian Hartley
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 4282)

Abstract

The art of authoring digital multimedia involves collecting and organizing different sorts of media items and transforming them into a coherent presentation. Existing authoring tools for multimedia presentations provide functional support for the authoring process that requires domain knowledge or presentation skills. The authoring process can be enhanced if the authors are supported with decision making, material collection, selection, and presentation composition in generating web presentations. We apply the semantic web technology to generate hypermedia presentations based on media resources retrieved from the web. A discourse model represents the discussion of a subject with a theme supported by a discourse structure that represents the arrangement of contents in a discourse. In this paper we define a discourse model (i.e. Neural Network Architecture) that specifies the knowledge of composing various discourse entities (e.g. Feed-Forward Neural Networks) which enables the building of discourse structures for various themes (e.g. Lecture Notes).

Keywords

Multimedia Applications Hypermedia Presentation Generation Semantic Web 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jayan C Kurian
    • 1
  • Payam M. Barnaghi
    • 1
  • Michael Ian Hartley
    • 1
  1. 1.School of Computer Science and Information TechnologyUniversity of Nottingham, (Malaysia Campus)SemenyihMalaysia

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