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Champion: John Domingue
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Participant(s):Dong Liu, Hong Qing Yu

Similar Projects:DIP, Internet Reasoning Service (IRS), SOA4All

Timeline:01 Feb 2009 - 31 Jan 2012



Networks and Ontologies for the Transformation and Unification of Broadcasting and the intErnet

The ultimate goal of this project is to develop flexible/adaptive end-to-end architecture, based on semantic technologies, for personalised creation, distribution and consumption of TV content. The project will take a user-centric approach to investigate fundamental aspects of consumers' content-customisation needs, interaction requirements and entertainment wishes, which will shape the future of the "TV" in all its new forms. "New technology is transforming the TV industry", says Mark Thomson, BBC CEO for Observer. Watching TV more and more happens together with PC-related activities, e.g. chatting with friends, talking on the phone, searching on the Internet for related info about programs. Already in 2000, the trend was by "couch-and-mouse toys serving 27 million Americans who were able to watch TV and surf the Web at the same time - the "telewebbers". Nowadays, digital video-recording software provides the facility to "time-shift" live television programming through a PC (e.g. via TiVo and ReplayTV). Companies are attempting to bundle "an electronic program guide into its software, along with personal viewing agents that can recommend broadcasted programs based on your viewing habits" . For example, while watching "Dancing with the stars", you can vote for your favourite couple, read their biographies, find other programs this week where they appear, record your favourite dances and send them to friends; you can also join live chats during the program. However, "such interactive services stay TV-centric (in the device sense of the term TV) and use Internet and digital technology only to enhance the entertainment that you expect to see when you plop yourself down in front of the tube."


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Maleshkova, M., Pedrinaci, C., Li, N., Kopecky, J. and Domingue, J. (2011) Lightweight Semantics for Automating the Invocation of Web APIs, IEEE International Conference on Service Oriented Computing & Applications (SOCA 2011), Irvine, California, USA

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Maleshkova, M., Zilka, L., Knoth, P. and Pedrinaci, C. (2011) Cross-Lingual Web API Classification and Annotation, Workshop: The Multilingual Semantic Web at 10th International Semantic Web Conference, Proceedings of ISWC 2011, Bonn, Germany

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Liu, D., Li, N., Pedrinaci, C., Kopecky, J., Maleshkova, M. and Domingue, J. (2011) An Approach to Construct Dynamic Service Mashups using Lightweight Semantics, Workshop: The 3rd International Workshop on Lightweight Integration on the Web (ComposableWeb 2011) at The 11th International Conference on Web Engineering (ICWE 2011)

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Dietze, S., Yu, H.Q., Pedrinaci, C., Liu, D. and Domingue, J. (2011) SmartLink: a Web-based editor and search environment for Linked Services, Demo at 8th Extended Semantic Web Conference, Heraklion, Greece

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Dietze, S., Gugliotta, A., Domingue, J. and Mrissa, M. (2011) Mediation Spaces for Similarity-based Semantic Web Services Selection, International Journal of Web Services Research (IJWSR), Volume 8, Issue 1 (2011), IGI Global

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