Nemoz - A Distributed Framework for Collaborative Media Organization

10/26/2020
by   Katharina Morik, et al.
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Multimedia applications have received quite some interest. Embedding them into a framework of ubiquitous computing and peer-to-peer Web 2.0 applications raises research questions of resource-awareness which are not that demanding within a server-based framework. In this chapter, we present Nemoz, a collaborative music organizer based on distributed data and multimedia mining techniques. We introduce the Nemoz platform before focusing on the steps of intelligent collaborative structuring of multimedia collections, namely, feature extraction and distributed data mining. We summarize the characteristics of knowledge discovery in ubiquitous computing that have been handled within the Nemoz project.

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