Context representation for context-aware mobile multimedia content recommendation

OTEBOLAKU, Abayomi and ANDRADE, M.T. (2011). Context representation for context-aware mobile multimedia content recommendation. In: SARHAN, N.J. and HAMZA, M.H., (eds.) Internet and Multimedia Systems and Applications / 747: Human-Computer Interaction. ACTAPRESS, 68-75.

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    Very few of the current solutions for content recommendation take into consideration the context of usage when analyzing the preferences of the user and issuing recommendations. Nonetheless, context can be extremely useful to help identify appropriate content for the specific situation or activity the user is in, while consuming the content. In this paper, we present a solution to allow content-based recommendation systems to take full potential of contextual data, by defining a standards-based representation model which accounts for possible relationships among low-level contexts. The MPEG-7 and MPEG-21 standards are used for content description and low-level context representation. OWL/RDF ontologies are used to capture contextual concepts and, together with SWRL to establish relationships and perform reasoning to derive high-level concepts the way humans do. This knowledge is then used to drive the recommendation and content adaptation processes. As a side achievement, an extension to the MPEG-21 specification was developed to accommodate the description of user activities, which we believe have a great impact on the type of content to be recommended.

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    Page Range: 68-75
    SWORD Depositor: Symplectic Elements
    Depositing User: Symplectic Elements
    Date Deposited: 05 Jun 2020 09:50
    Last Modified: 15 Jul 2020 09:27

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