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There has been an exponential growth in the volume and variety of information available on the Internet, similarly there has been a significant demand from users' for accurate information that matches their interests, however, the two are often incompatible because of the effectiveness of retrieving the exact information the user requires. This paper… (More)
This paper reports specifically on the architectural and design issues associated with the development of web portal that will act as a conceptual platform of online utilities that enable users to collaboratively author and manage cultural resources in the globally distributed environment, featuring a web-based portal with multifaceted interfaces that can… (More)
The National Health Service (NHS) in the UK, like many other public health services worldwide, is facing a number of key challenges. Among them are an ageing population and a rising incidence of chronic health conditions. This situation requires a radical re-examination of how people manage their health and their healthcare in ways that challenge the… (More)
The requirement for a commonly accepted efficient mapping between multimedia metadata standards and semantic web-ontology standards is a major issue recognized by semantic multimedia research community. Though there have been several attempts to translate MPEG-7 audio descriptions to ontology languages there is very little literature that addresses issues… (More)
Requirement analysis is an important process in the design and development of information systems. Various tools and methodologies are used to gather the user requirements. These methodologies have their own strength and weakness. In this paper we will apply collaborative requirements engineering process to determine the requirements of the: Semantically… (More)
The Worldwide Web/Internet has changed the music industry by making huge amount of music available to both music publishers and consumers including ordinary listeners or end users. The Web2.0 tagging techniques of music items by artist name, album title, musical style or genre (technically these are termed as syntactic metadata) have given rise to the… (More)
environment, regardless of the phone type and the nature of the services required. In connection to this, a further insight on how this cutting age technology may establish a strong hold demand for its future viability in health care sector providing efficient point-of-care monitoring and diagnosis.