M3O: Multimedia Metadata Ontology Carsten Saathoff , Ansgar Scherp Unlocking the Semantics of Multimedia Presentations on ...
A Presentation about Nuclear Energy...
… and the associated risks.
Annotating Structured Multimedia Documents How will Google index the presentation? Or your desktop search engine? Or your ...
M3O: Multimedia Metadata Ontology <ul><li>Based on requirements extracted from existing standards, models and ontologies
Provides patterns that satisfy the requirements
Alignment with DOLCE+DnS Ultralight as formal basis </li></ul>
Requirement: Separation between Information Objects and Realizations Presentation that conveys some information. Realizati...
Information Realization Models Information Objects and Information Realizations.
Requirement: Annotation of Information Objects and Realizations depicts depicts isAbout Albert Einstein Times Square Scien...
Annotation Annotation of Information Entities, viewed within a context.
Requirement: Decomposition of Information Objects and Realizations depicts Albert Einstein http://upload.wikimedia.org/wik...
Decomposition Decomposition of Information Entities, viewed within a context.
Application of M3O: Semantic Annotation
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  • Welcome everzone, my name ist Carsten Saathoff and I am working in the research group IsWeb at the University of Koblenz. Today I&apos;m going to present the paper „Exploiting...“.
  • M3O: The Multimedia Metadata Ontology

    1. 1. M3O: Multimedia Metadata Ontology Carsten Saathoff , Ansgar Scherp Unlocking the Semantics of Multimedia Presentations on the Web
    2. 2. A Presentation about Nuclear Energy...
    3. 3. … and the associated risks.
    4. 4. Annotating Structured Multimedia Documents How will Google index the presentation? Or your desktop search engine? Or your media management system? With Metadata!
    5. 5. M3O: Multimedia Metadata Ontology <ul><li>Based on requirements extracted from existing standards, models and ontologies
    6. 6. Provides patterns that satisfy the requirements
    7. 7. Alignment with DOLCE+DnS Ultralight as formal basis </li></ul>
    8. 8. Requirement: Separation between Information Objects and Realizations Presentation that conveys some information. Realization of the presentation as SMIL, Flash, HTML, AVI, ... realized by Information Objects Information Realizations
    9. 9. Information Realization Models Information Objects and Information Realizations.
    10. 10. Requirement: Annotation of Information Objects and Realizations depicts depicts isAbout Albert Einstein Times Square Scientific Progress location creation date /home/saathoff/presentations/albert.smil 10:00:00 09-09-2009
    11. 11. Annotation Annotation of Information Entities, viewed within a context.
    12. 12. Requirement: Decomposition of Information Objects and Realizations depicts Albert Einstein http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/af/Einstein1921_by_F_Schmutzer_2.jpg contains realizes
    13. 13. Decomposition Decomposition of Information Entities, viewed within a context.
    14. 14. Application of M3O: Semantic Annotation
    15. 15. Embedding into SMIL <smil xmlns=&quot;http://www.w3.org/2006/SMIL30/...&quot;> <head> <!-- Metadata --> <metadata id=&quot;meta-rdf&quot;> <rdf:RDF xml:base=&quot;http://example.com/john/nuclear&quot; xmlns:dul=&quot;http://www.loa-cnr.it/ontologies/DUL.owl#&quot; xmlns:m3o=&quot;http://m3o.semantic-multimedia.org/ontology/model.owl#&quot;> <m3osmil:SMILFile rdf:about=&quot;http://example.com/john/nuclear.smil&quot;> <dul:realizes rdf:resource=&quot;#presentation-1&quot;/> </m3osmil:SMILFile> <m3osmil:SMILElement rdf:about=&quot;http://example.com/john/nuclear.smil#scientificAchievements&quot;> <dul:realizes rdf:resource=&quot;#part-1&quot;/> </m3osmil:SMILElement> <!-- more, e.g. #part-1, #image-1, ... --> </rdf:RDF> </metadata> <!-- layout --> </head> <body> <!-- Presentation content --> <seq id=&quot;mainPresentation&quot;> <par xml:id=&quot;scientificAchievements&quot;>...</par> <par xml:id=&quot;scientificRisks&quot;>...</par> </seq> </body> </smil>
    16. 16. Conclusions <ul><li>M3O provides </li><ul><li>Formal framework for arbitrary metadata
    17. 17. Based on Ontology Design Patterns
    18. 18. Support for “true” multimedia
    19. 19. Integration with Semantic Web </li></ul><li>Best practice for future W3C activities? </li></ul>Technical Report: http://www.uni-koblenz.de/~aggrimm/arbeitsberichte/2009_19_Arbeitsberichte.pdf

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