Available multimedia content is rapidly increasing in scale and diversity, yet today, multimedia data remain mostly unconnected, i.e., with no explicit links between related fragments. LIMAH aims at exploring hypergraph structures for multimedia collections, instantiating actual links between fragments of multimedia documents, where links reflect particular content-based proximity—similar content, thematic proximity, opinion expressed, answer to a question, etc. Relying on a pluridiscipliary consortium (ICT, law, information and communication science as well as cognitive and ergonomy psychology), LIMAH studies linked media both from a technological point of view and from the user perspective.
|Dates: April 2014 – August 2018
Contacts: Guillaume Gravier & Pascale Sébillot