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PetaMedia - P2P Tagged Media

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Projektdaten
Gefördert durch

European Union, Seventh Framework Programme (FP7)
Projektdauer
03/2008 - 07/2011
Projektart
Network of Excellence (NoE)
Projekt-Website
www.petamedia.eu

Abstract

PetaMedia is a Network of Excellence funded by the European Commission's Seventh Framework Programme. FP7 is a key tool to respond to Europe's needs in terms of jobs and competitiveness, and one of its goals is to maintain leadership in the global knowledge economy.

The goal of the NoE PetaMedia is to bring together the research of four national networks in the Netherlands, Switzerland, UK and Germany in the area of multimedia content analysis (MCA) and social peer-to-peer networks and eventually to establish a European virtual centre of excellence.

The collective research that will integrate the four national networks will be directed towards the synergetic combination of user-based collaborative tagging, peer-to-peer networks and multimedia content analysis, and towards identification and exploration of potentials and limitations of combined tagging, MCA and SP2P concepts. Solutions and collaborative research field trials will be build on the coordinating partner's open source P2P software Tribler.

Basic information:

  • Collaborative Project: Network of Excellence
  • Funded in the Networked Media theme of the first FP7 call ICT-2007.1.5
  • Start date: March 1st, 2008
  • Duration: 42 months
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Summer School on Social Media Retrieval

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Multimedia content has become ubiquitous on the web, creating new challenges for indexing, access, search and retrieval. At the same time, much of this content is made available on content sharing websites such as YouTube or Flickr, or shared on social networks like Facebook. In such environments, the content is usually accompanied with metadata, tags, ratings, comments, information about the uploader and their social network, etc. Analysis of these "social media" shows a great potential in improving the performance of traditional multimedia information analysis/retrieval approaches by bridging the semantic gap between the "objective" multimedia content analysis and "subjective" users' needs and impressions. The integration of these aspects however is non-trivial and has created a vibrant, interdisciplinary field of research.   Based on the great success of its previous edition in Interlaken, Switzerland, in 2010 (http://videolectures.net/s3mr2010_interlaken/), The 2nd Summer School on Social Media Retrieval (S3MR) aims at bringing together young researchers from neighbouring disciplines, offering

  1. lectures delivered by experts from academy and industry providing a clear and in-depth summary of state-of-the-art research in social media retrieval, and
  2. collaborative projects in small groups providing hands-on experience on integrative work on selected problems from the field.
scope
  • Content distribution over social/peer-to-peer networks
  • Multimedia content analysis
  • Automatic multimedia annotation/tagging
  • Multimedia indexing/search/retrieval
  • Implicit media tagging
  • Social data analysis
  • Collaborative tagging

Tools for Tag Generation

Demos
Titel
Art
Key Frame Extraction
Demo
Chapter Detection in Youtube
Demo
Clustering (HTML)
Demo
3D Clustering (Cloud)
Demo
3D Clustering (Layers)
Demo
Video Genre Classification of Broadcasting Material
Präsentation
Video Key Frame Extraction for image-based Applications
Präsentation
2D/3D Similarity Visualization Tool
Präsentation
Integration Activities in “Tools for Tag Generation“
Präsentation
Video-Genre Detection using High-Level Descriptors and a Set of Classiers
Poster
Tools for Tag Generation
Poster
S3MR Interlaken 2010
Poster
Real-time Commercial Detection in XPMA
Video
3D Visualization of Key Frame Similarities
Video

Zusatzinformationen / Extras