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Metamodeling for Community Coordinated Multimedia and Experience on Metamodel-Driven Content Annotation Service Prototype

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5 Author(s)
Jiehan Zhou ; Dept. of Electr. & Inf. Eng., Univ. of Oulu, Oulu ; Rautiainen, M. ; Ylianttila, M. ; Foulonneau, M.
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Community Coordinated Multimedia (CCM) provides an extended and enhanced human experience by collaboratively consuming electronic and networked content and multimedia-intensive services. Community coordinated multimedia vision raises the challenges of multimedia content creation, interpretation, exchange, and consumption over a large range of heterogeneous services, terminals and networks. The development of CCM metamodel plays a key role in tackling these challenges by enabling the transparent multimedia aggregation and exchange crossing communities. This paper aims to design and develop the CCM metamodel. A generic terminology for CCM metamodeling is developed. A extensive study on metamodeling activities and metamodeling methodologies is presented. A combined metamodeling approach is proposed for the CCM metamodel development. Experiences and results on the CCM metamodeling and CCM metamodel-driven content annotation prototype are elaborated.

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Congress on Services Part II, 2008. SERVICES-2. IEEE

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23-26 Sept. 2008

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