Barbara Van De Keer

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This paper introduces the Movie Script Markup Language (MSML), a document specification for the structural representation of screenplay narratives for television and feature film drama production. Its definition was motivated by a lack of available structured and open formats that describe dramatic narrative but also support IT-based production methods of(More)
As the broadcast industry is evolving toward IT-based facilities, the production workflows and their associated production metadata should similarly take advantage of IT commodities. This paper presents a manufacturing system for the production of drama television and motion picture programmes, constructed using IT-based technologies in a file-based media(More)
Viewers today have access to broadcasted audiovisual media via a multitude of platforms: from high definition movie theaters to smart cellular phones on the road, and online using the web. In order to provide these audiences with a proper universal media experience, each class of media consumption devices should receive a product not only adapted to its(More)
Client-server architectures with clients on divergent platforms are in need of services that serve a high level of interoperability and a loose binding. It should be prevented that clients become incompatible with the server after server-side changes in the data model. In practice it appears that existing systems donpsilat always meet these requirements and(More)
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