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Introduction to RDFa-deployed Multimedia Metadata (ramm.x). In the

Introduction to RDFa-deployed Multimedia Metadata (ramm.x). In the
first part the motivation for ramm.x is given.

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    RDFa-deployed Multimedia Metadata - Tutorial, Part 1 RDFa-deployed Multimedia Metadata - Tutorial, Part 1 Presentation Transcript

    • Institute of Information Systems & Information Management RDFa-deployed Multimedia Metadata Werner Bailer & Michael Hausenblas Graz, 2007-08-10
    • Agenda
      • Why? (Motivation)
      • Where? (Use Cases)
      • How? (Corner Stones)
    • Why ? I speak RDF I speak MPEG-7
    • Why ? I speak RDF I speak MPEG-7 … but wait!
    • Why ? Last Mile Figure taken from Wikipedia ( http:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Last_mile ); cudos to N6gn
    • Why ? Last Mile
      • For communications provider, the last mile is the final leg of delivering connectivity to a customer
      • Equally, in business the last mile is used to describe the process of getting any deliverable to the final consumer .
      • In our case, the last mile is the delivery of multimedia metadata to the end-user (a Semantic Web agent)
    • Why ? Last Mile
    • Why ? Last Mile
      • We have a lot of multimedia metadata formats as MPEG-7, Exif, ID3, etc.;
      • We have RDF as a common data model on the Semantic Web;
      • But how can we deliver the metadata along with the content to the end-user in the context of the Semantic Web?
    • Institute of Information Systems & Information Management RDFa-deployed Multimedia Metadata Werner Bailer & Michael Hausenblas Graz, 2007-08-10