Social Media Retrieval
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ISBN-13:
9781447145547
Einband:
Book
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.01.2013
Seiten:
484
Autor:
Naeem Ramzan
Gewicht:
904 g
Format:
241x160x31 mm
Serie:
Computer Communications and Networks
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:


Dr. Naeem Ramzan is a Senior Researcher at Queen Mary University of London, UK.

Dr. Roelof van Zwol is Director of Product Information, Search at Netflix, USA.

Dr. Jong-Seok Lee is an Assistant Professor at Yonsei University, South Korea.

Dr. Kai Clüver is a Research Associate at the Technical University of Berlin, Germany.

Dr. Xian-Sheng Hua is a Lead Researcher at Microsoft, USA.
Social media is now ubiquitous on the internet, generating both new possibilities and new challenges in information analysis and retrieval.
This comprehensive text/reference examines in depth the synergy between multimedia content analysis, personalization, and next-generation networking. The book demonstrates how this integration can result in robust, personalized services that provide users with an improved multimedia-centric quality of experience. Each chapter offers a practical step-by-step walkthrough for a variety of concepts, components and technologies relating to the development of applications and services.
Topics and features: provides contributions from an international and interdisciplinary selection of experts in their fields; introduces the fundamentals of social media retrieval, presenting the most important areas of research in this domain; examines the important topic of multimedia tagging in social environments, including geo-tagging; discusses issues of personalization and privacy in social media; reviews advances in encoding, compression and network architectures for the exchange of social media information; describes a range of applications related to social media.
Researchers and students interested in social media retrieval will find this book a valuable resource, covering a broad overview of state-of-the-art research and emerging trends in this area. The text will also be of use to practicing engineers involved in envisioning and building innovative social media applications and services.
This book examines the synergy between multimedia content analysis, personalization and next-generation networking, and shows how this integration can result in robust, personalized services that provide users with an improved multimedia-centric experience.
Demonstrates how multimedia content analysis, personalization, and next-generation networking can be integrated to produce robust and personalized multimedia servicesOffers practical step-by-step walkthroughs relating to the development of multimedia applications and services
Provides contributions from an international and interdisciplinary selection of experts in their fields
Part I: Fundamentals of Social Media
Social Video Retrieval: Research Methods in Controlling, Sharing, and Editing of Web Video
Konstantinos Chorianopoulos, David A. Shamma and Lyndon Kennedy
Social Media Recommendation
Zhi Wang, Wenwu Zhu, Peng Cui, Lifeng Sun and Shiqiang Yang
Multimedia Indexing, Search and Retrieval in Large Databases of Social Networks
Theodoros Semertzidis, Dimitrios Rafailidis, Eleftherios Tiakas, Michael G. Strintzis and Petros Daras
Survey on Social Community Detection
Michel Plantie and Michel Crampes
Detecting Multimedia Contents of Social Events in Social Networks
Mohamad Rabbath and Susanne Boll
Part II: Tagging of Social Media
Georeferencing in Social Networks
Pascal Kelm, Vanessa Murdock, Sebastian Schmiedeke, Steven Schockaert, Pavel Serdyukov and Olivier Van Laere
Predicting User Tags in Social Media Repositories Using Semantic Expansion and Visual Analysis
Tomas Piatrik, Qianni Zhang, Xavier Sevillano and Ebroul Izquierdo
A Rule-Based Flickr Tag Recommendation System
Luca Cagliero, Alessandro Fiori and Luigi Grimaudo
Sentic Computing for Social Media Analysis, Representation, and Retrieval
Erik Cambria, Marco Grassi, Soujanya Poria and Amir Hussain
Highlights Detection in Movie Scenes Through Inter-Users Physiological Linkage
Christophe Chenes, Guillaume Chanel, Mohammad Soleymani and Thierry Pun
Towards Emotional Annotation of Multimedia Contents
Ashkan Yazdani, Jong-Seok Lee, Touradj Ebrahimi
Part III: Privacy and Personalisation of Social Media
Privacy in Recommender Systems
Arjan Jeckmans, Michael Beye, Zekeriya Erkin, Pieter Hartel, Reginald Lagendijk and Qiang Tang
Geotag Propagation with User Trust Modelling
Ivan Ivanov, Peter Vajda, Jong-Seok Lee, Pavel Korshunov and Touradj Ebrahimi
Context Aware Content Adaptation for Personalised Social Media Access
Hemantha Kodikara Arachchi and Safak Dogan
Part IV: Applications and Services
Progression in Social Media: How PetaMedia Facilitate?
Loretta Anania
Video Technology for Storage and Distribution of Personalised Media
Glenn Van Wallendael, Jan De Cock, Davy Van Deursen, Marta Mrak and Rik Van de Walle
Social Aware TV Content Delivery over Intelligent Networks
Francisco Fraile, Pau Arce, Román Belda, Ismael de Fez, Juan Carlos Guerri and Ana Pajares
Distributed Media Synchronization for Shared Video Watching: Issues, Challenges, and Examples
Fernando Boronat, Rufael Mekuria, Mario Montagud and Pablo Cesar
eGuided: Sharing Media in Academic and Social Networks based on Peer-Assisted Learning e-Portfolios
Paulo N.M. Sampaio, Rúben H. de Freitas Gouveia and Pedro A. T. Gomes
Social Video Retrieval: Research Methods in Controlling, Sharing, and Editing of Web Video
Konstantinos Chorianopoulos, David A. Shamma and Lyndon Kennedy
Social Media Recommendation
Zhi Wang, Wenwu Zhu, Peng Cui, Lifeng Sun and Shiqiang Yang
Multimedia Indexing, Search and Retrieval in Large Databases of Social Networks
Theodoros Semertzidis, Dimitrios Rafailidis, Eleftherios Tiakas, Michael G. Strintzis and Petros Daras
Survey on Social Community Detection
Michel Plantie and Michel Crampes
Detecting Multimedia Contents of Social Events in Social Networks
Mohamad Rabbath and Susanne Boll