Intelligent Multimedia Communication

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Intelligent Multimedia Communication
Multimedia communication is a part of everyday life and its appearance in computer applications is increasing in frequency and diversity. Intelligent or knowledge based computer supported communication promises a number of benefits including increased interaction efficiency and effectiveness. This article defines the area of intelligent multimedia communication, outlines fundamental research questions, summarizes the associated scientific and technical history, identifies current challenges and concludes by predicting future breakthroughs including multilinguality. We conclude describing several new research issues that systems of systems raise. 1 Definition of Multimedia Communication We define communication as the interaction between human-human, human-system, and humaninformation. This includes interfaces to people, interfaces to applications, and interfaces to information. Following Maybury and Wahlster [1], we define: - Multimedia - physical means via which information is input, o...
Mark T. Maybury, Oliviero Stock, Wolfgang Wahlster
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Type Conference
Year 1998
Authors Mark T. Maybury, Oliviero Stock, Wolfgang Wahlster
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