By Yeliz Yesilada, Sean Bechhofer (auth.), Dr. Manolis Wallace, Professor Marios C. Angelides, Dr. Phivos Mylonas (eds.)
Realizing the growing to be value of semantic variation and personalization of media, the editors of this publication introduced jointly top researchers and practitioners of the sphere to debate the state of the art, and discover rising intriguing advancements. This quantity includes prolonged types of chosen papers offered on the 1st overseas Workshop on Semantic Media model and Personalization (SMAP 2006), which happened in Athens in December 2006.
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An ontology-based representation is richer, more precise, and less ambiguous than a keyword-based model. g. g. for individual items such as a sports team, an actor, a stock value) in a hierarchical way, and can be a key enabler to deal with the subtleties of user preferences. g. who is coaching a team, an actor’s ﬁlmography, ﬁnancial data on a stock), and makes it available for the personalisation system to take advantage of. Moreover, an ontology-rooted vocabulary can be agreed and shared (or mapped) between diﬀerent systems, or diﬀerent modules of the same system, and therefore user preferences, represented this way, can be more easily shared by diﬀerent players.
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