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The CHORUS gap analysis on user-centered methodology for design and evaluation of multi-media information access systems

Karlgren, Jussi (2008) The CHORUS gap analysis on user-centered methodology for design and evaluation of multi-media information access systems. In: The Second International Workshop on Evaluating Information Access (EVIA 2008), 16 Dec 2008, Tokyo, Japan.

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Abstract

CHORUS is a Coordination Action, a specific type of project funded by the European commission under its research programmes, intended to bring together research projects with common goals, in the field of search technologies for digital audio-visual content, one of the strategic objectives of the current research frame program. CHORUS coordinates a number of research projects in the general area of audio-visual and multi-media information access and management. The most important single contribution of the CHORUS work plan will be to provide a survey of the field and a roadmap with a gap analysis for the realisation of viable audio-visual search engines by European partners. This is done by several means. CHORUS organises Think-Tanks with industrial participation, focussed workshops to treat specific questions, and more general conferences for academic discussions. CHORUS is now in its final phase, and is currently preparing its final report together with a final conference to mark its publication.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
ID Code:3565
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Deposited On:05 Jun 2009
Last Modified:18 Nov 2009 16:24

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