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System architecture for enriched semantic personalized media search and retrieval in the future media internet

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6 Author(s)
Alduan, M. ; Univ. Politec. de Madrid, Madrid, Spain ; Sánchez, F. ; Alvarez, F. ; Jiménez, D.
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This article describes a novel system and its architecture to handle, process, deliver, personalize, and find digital media, based on continuous enrichment of the media objects through the intrinsic operation within a content oriented architecture. Our system and its architecture provide a solution that enhances the delivery, sharing, experience, and exchange by providing the methods to semantically describe contents with a multilingual-multimedia-multidomain ontology; annotate the content against this ontology; process the content and adapt it to the network and the network status, taking into account the user behavior and the user terminal device to consume the content; and enriching the content at any additional iteration or process, over a content-oriented architecture based on standardized interfaces. The article presents the architecture, modules, functionalities, and procedures, including the system application model to the future media Internet concepts for content-oriented networks.

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Communications Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:49 ,  Issue: 3 )