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HCIL Symposium 2003 - MediaFinder, segment 5 of 7 (2003)
MediaFinder is a interface for dynamic personal media management with semantic regions. The concept of semantic regions is described as a novel approach to information indexing encompassing spatial organization...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: HCIL;University of Maryland;HCI;
Duration: 00:05:29
Popularity (downloads): 431
 
Representation of High-level Semantic Concepts of Films (2007)


Genre: Educational
Keywords: semantic description; film discourse; domain analysis; subject access; motion pictures;
Duration: 00:16:08
Popularity (downloads): 9
 
HCIL 2006 - segment 02 - Network Visualization by Semantic Substrates (2006)
Networks have remained a challenge for information visualization designers because of the complex issues of node and link layout coupled with the rich set of tasks that users present. This...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: HCIL; University of Maryland; HCI;
Duration: 00:01:44
Popularity (downloads): 193
 
Semantic Highlighting (1998)
Video demonstration from the 1998 CHI conference. One method for locating information on the World Wide Web is to use a search engine (SE). Given a set of terms,...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; semantic; highlighting; information retrieval; visualize
Duration: 00:08:06
Popularity (downloads): 1058
 
Interview with Jane Greenberg (2007)


Genre: Educational
Keywords: metadata; classification; semantic web; Dublin Core; thesaurus; ontology; XML; MARC; Music Brain;
Duration: 00:24:31
Popularity (downloads): 11
 
ACM CSCW 1996 - Supporting workspace awareness in groupware (1996)
Real-time groupware systems often let each participant control their own view into a shared workspace. However, when collaborators do not share the same view they lose their awareness about where...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CSCW; groupware systems; awareness; communication; computer-supported cooperative work;
Duration: 00:07:40
Popularity (downloads): 682
 

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