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Personalised video retrieval: application of implicit feedback and semantic user profiles

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Personalised video retrieval: application of implicit feedback and semantic user profiles
TION ABSTRACT Personalised Video Retrieval: Application of Implicit Feedback and Semantic User Profiles Frank Hopfgartner University of Glasgow Glasgow G12 8QQ United Kingdom A challenging problem in the user profiling domain is to create profiles of users of retrieval systems. This problem even exacerbates in the multimedia domain. Due to the Semantic Gap, the difference between low-level data representation of videos and the higher concepts users associate with videos, it is not trivial to understand the content of multimedia documents and to find other documents that the users might be interested in. A promising approach to ease this problem is to set multimedia documents into their semantic contexts. The semantic context can lead to a better understanding of the personal interests. Knowing the context of a video is useful for recommending users videos that match their information need. By exploiting these contexts, videos can also be linked to other, contextually related videos. F...
Frank Hopfgartner
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where SIGIR
Authors Frank Hopfgartner
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