Hyperdatabases: Infrastructure for the Information Space

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Hyperdatabases: Infrastructure for the Information Space
The amount of stored information is exploding while, at the same time, tools for accessing relevant information are rather under-developed. Usually, all users have a pre-defined view on a global information space and have to access data by the same primitive means. However, a more convenient solution from a user's point of view considers her/his individual context and interests by mapping the global information space to a personal one. Yet, the organization and personalization of information spaces induces a set of tightly related problems: First, user interfaces have to present personalized information in a user-friendly way and have to be enriched by sophisticated, context-sensitive navigation techniques. Second, the personal information space has to be organized automatically, by exploiting similarities between multimedia documents. Third, in order to allow the user to influence the automatic organization of her/his information space, relevance feedback techniques for multimedi...
Hans-Jörg Schek
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Updated 08 Dec 2009
Type Conference
Year 2002
Where EDBT
Authors Hans-Jörg Schek
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