ImREAL-Leeds tools to make sense of user generation content

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  • AMOn+ is ontology suite designed with a priori ontology modularisation methodology. In this methodology modularisation is performed from the outset. We have derived following four AMOn+ modules: first three of these modules form Core of AMOn+. The DBpedia mappings, is the extension of the core to cover concrete instantiation pertaining to Cultural interpersonal communication.
  • ImREAL-Leeds tools to make sense of user generation content

    1. 1. I-Know EU Day – 4 Sep 2013 University of Leeds Immersive Reflective Experience-based Adaptive Learning http://www.imreal-project.eu/
    2. 2. I-Know EU Day – 4 Sep 2013 University of Leeds Partners
    3. 3. I-Know EU Day – 4 Sep 2013 University of Leeds Key Problem Simulated environments for learning are disconnected from the real-world Learning experience Simulation design Wants - Effectiveness - Engagement - Motivation - Meta-cognition Needs - Authenticity - Diversity -Timeliness - Cost-effectiveness Simulated Environment for Learning Lots of experiences on Social Media
    4. 4. I-Know EU Day – 4 Sep 2013 University of Leeds ImREAL: The Approach User generated content can provide a source for simulator enrichment Learning experience Simulation designSimulated Environment for Learning - Exploits ontologies and linked data - Focuses on interpersonal communication and cultural diversity - Intelligent services for content aggregation, user and context modelling, and meta-cognitive scaffolding
    5. 5. I-Know EU Day – 4 Sep 2013 University of Leeds Simulated Environment for Learning Project Strata
    6. 6. I-Know EU Day – 4 Sep 2013 University of Leeds Making Sense of Digital Trace to Augmenting User Modelling Vania Dimitrova, Lydia Lau, Dhaval Thakker, Ronald Denaux, & Dimoklis Despotakis School of Computing, University of Leeds
    7. 7. I-Know EU Day – 4 Sep 2013 University of Leeds MaSCot Process : Making Sense of Collective Content Semantic query digital traces Semantic augmentation Focus extraction AMOn+ & other ontologies Browsing & interaction I-CAW Viewpoint exploration ViewS Microscope
    8. 8. I-Know EU Day – 4 Sep 2013 University of Leeds Challenge 1 Structure, link, organise collective content from ill- defined domains (e.g. interpersonal communications). This involved: • Application and development of Activity Theory as a heuristic tool to understand and represent ill- defined domains. • An underpinning ontology Activity Model Ontology for interpersonal communications (AMOn) and extended it with cultural aspects (AMOn+). http://imash.leeds.ac.uk/ontologies/amon
    9. 9. I-Know EU Day – 4 Sep 2013 University of Leeds AMOn+ http://imash.leeds.ac.uk/ontologies/amon/LODE%20outputs/CulturalAspects.owl.htm
    10. 10. I-Know EU Day – 4 Sep 2013 University of Leeds Challenge 2 Exploit semantics to enable intuitive exploration of the collective content. This involved: • Development of technology and algorithms for aggregating, organising and linking digital traces from multiple sources to support browsing, search and understanding. • A semantic data browser, Intelligent Content Assembly Workbench (I-CAW), with semantic augmentation and query services. • A tool for exploring viewpoints in user generated content - ViewS microscope.
    11. 11. I-Know EU Day – 4 Sep 2013 University of Leeds I-CAW: Semantic Browser Focus Concept Facts Social Content Eye Contact is Body Language
    12. 12. I-Know EU Day – 4 Sep 2013 University of Leeds Semantic Nudges for Learning Nervous is a negative emotion, you may also look at positive emotions like clam. Click here to see examples with calm.
    13. 13. I-Know EU Day – 4 Sep 2013 University of Leeds ViewS: Viewpoint Analysis Clusters show learner attention WNAffect mental state entities, ALL episodes Hot topics to focus on (e.g. extend feedback) Depth vs breath (abstract vs concrete concepts)
    14. 14. I-Know EU Day – 4 Sep 2013 University of Leeds Gateway to Comments: WNAffect Example user comments: positive and negative emotions User Comment [Happiness] I think that everyone should simply order whatever they prefer. It may take more time, but the important is for everyone to be satisfied. [Warmheartedness] A warm greeting is always catchy even when in formal situations like a business meeting. [Annoyance] When you take the wrong dish or when you don't even know WHAT are you eating, the dinner can turn to an endless pain quickly. [Disgust] A one-language menu is always a kind of nightmare. I ordered several time a disgusting plate, just because I didn't understand what was written. [Dislike] I ask all what they like to order for a drink, because there could be person, who don't like alcohol, so I ask, if anyone is interested by wine or something else, before order the drinks.
    15. 15. I-Know EU Day – 4 Sep 2013 University of Leeds Process to Augment User Model Dialogue for Modelling Cultural Exposure using Linked Data Initial User Model • Visited Countries • Estimated Cultural Exposure Social Web Sensors Perico Dialogue Agent Cultural Fact Extractor Quiz Generator User Profile GeneratorDialogue Planner Updated User Model • Verified Visited Countries • Enhanced Cultural Exposure Score AMOn+
    16. 16. I-Know EU Day – 4 Sep 2013 University of Leeds Challenge 3 Exploit both Social and Linked data to bootstrap learner competency models of ill-defined domains (e.g. intercultural awareness). This involved: • Estimating implicit knowledge from Social Media traces (e.g. visited countries) and using this as an indicator of learner competency • Extracting a knowledge base of domain-relevant facts from DBpedia • Automatic interaction with the learner in a dialogue to verify and refine learner competency model.
    17. 17. I-Know EU Day – 4 Sep 2013 University of Leeds Sample Dialogue with Perico
    18. 18. I-Know EU Day – 4 Sep 2013 University of Leeds Sample Dialogue with Perico
    19. 19. I-Know EU Day – 4 Sep 2013 University of Leeds Challenge 4 Enable external applications to capitalise on the diversity and richness of collective content. This involved: • MaSCoT (Making Sense of Collective Content) - a loosely coupled infrastructure designed for re- usability of services and collected content.
    20. 20. I-Know EU Day – 4 Sep 2013 University of Leeds MaSCoT Framework Linked dataOntologies Content Data CorporaUser model Semantic Linking Semantic tagging EnrichmentUser model update Semantic querying Reasoning Nudging engineViewpoints engineDialogue planner comparing reflecting connecting selectingorganising Interface dialogue search browse explorevisualise
    21. 21. I-Know EU Day – 4 Sep 2013 University of Leeds Making Sense of Digital Trace to Augmenting User Modelling Come to our demonstrations Thursday afternoon For AMOn+, I-CAW, ViewS microscope & Perico

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