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  • Personal Multimedia Content Management Adrian Hornsby … from Sensing to Experiencing
  • Outline … learn from people … a world of data … the notion of sensing … raw sensing … life sensing … behaviorial information … social judgment … contextual awarness … continuum experience … living metadata … ontology … personal content management
  • Learning Experience Kolb (1984) model inspired by the work of Kurt Lewin. Concrete Reflective Experience Observation Abstract Active Conceptualisation Experimentation
  • Learn from people SAY EXPLICIT THINK DO OBSERVABLE USE KNOW TACIT AND LATENT FEEL DREAM Source: Sanders (2002)
  • A world of data Data are often viewed as a lowest level of abstraction from which information and knowledge are derived. Data is usually collected as the result of experience, observation, experiment or processes within a computer system and may consist of numbers, words, or images.
  • The notion of sensing Aristotle: Traditional five senses: sight, hearing, touch, smell, taste. Humans have six additional senses: pain (nociception), balance (equilibrioception), joint motion and acceleration (proprioception & kinesthesia), sense of time, sense of temperature differences (thermoception), and the sense of direction (magnetoception).
  • Raw sensing Localization  Accelerometers  Proximity  Touch  Light  Temperature  Speed  Humidity  Etc. 
  • Life Sensing What if we could sense people's life ?? SMS  Emails  Life Logging + Raw Sensing Call logging  Phonebook  Pattern Blogs Extraction  Forums  Social Website  Life Sensing Galleries  ...  Behavior, Social Judgment, Context
  • Life Sensing Pattern Extraction Who??  What ??  Recursive Experience When ??  Where ??  With Whom ??  : Every Sunday, when with my family, at my grandma´s cottage, we take a traditional family picture and I send it to all the members of my family. Source: SeeSaw Adv. 2008
  • Life Sensing Behaviorial Information Exhibited by human beings and influenced by culture, attitudes, emotions, values, ethics, authority, rapport, hypnosis, persuasion, coercion and/or genetics. Geographic  Historic  Associative  Emotive  etc... 
  • Life Sensing Social Judgment The idea of Social Judgement is that attitude change is mediated by judgmental processes and effects used to persuade people. Personality  Mood  Intelligence  Education  Sincerity  Trustworthiness  Source: Sherif, Sherif, & Nebergall (1965)
  • Life Sensing Contextual Awareness Any information that can be used to characterize the situation of an entity, be it a person, place, object that is relevant to the interaction between a user and an application, including themselves. Self- Awareness  Group- Awareness  World- Awareness 
  • Experience Social Judgement Behavior Contextual Awareness Ra w g Sen s in
  • Continuum Experience Raw Sensing Behavior Continuum Experience Social Judgement Contextual Awareness Before, Now and After
  • Living Metadata Extract  Combine  Propagate  Utilize  Refresh 
  • Ontology “An ontology is an  explicit specification of a conceptualization” (Gruber, 1995) “A conceptualization is a  set of conceptual relations defined on a domain space” Provides ways to define  new relations when needed and defined in a detailed manner.
  • Experience- based Ontology Upper: Raw Data, Life Patterns, Time, Location Domain: Task: Family, Sport, Voice, Conversation, Tourism, Work... Video, Audio, Photo Application Ontology
  • PCM Sensing Experience-based Ontology Multimedia Content Continuum Experience Living Metadata
  • Conclusion Full Sensing potential to enrich multimedia content  Raw sensing  Life sensing  Close the loop  Continuum experience  Living metadata  Experience-based Ontology  Experience-based PCM