François Daoust

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Motivated by the revolution in the media industry brought by recent developments in video access and sharing, this paper investigates the future of internet video. We present new web standards such as HTML5, promising unified, simple and platform independent access to video files and streams, as well as novel techniques for adaptive video coding. We also(More)
HTML5 is driving a strong trend towards interoperable Web-based applications, enabling a wider range of devices to run this kind of applications. The key challenge of next-generation media applications is to federate cooperative devices to provide multi-device experiences overcoming current second screen solutions within the connected TV industry. There is(More)
1. The Project The aim of SACAO (which stands for Système d'Analyse de Contenu Assistée par Ordinateur) 3 is to integrate systematically new or existing computer-aided reading procedures of textual data. It offers users various units of text description, exploration and analysis within a relatively integrated software environment, yet also lets them set(More)
The accessibility of research corpora in the public space is a necessity for the advancement of knowledge. This allows not only for the sharing of original texts for analysis, but alsofor the application of different analytical approaches and viewpoints. Many sociological and judicial considerations may explain why researchers resist giving access to their(More)
This paper describes the design, functionality and usage of the W3C mobileOK checker service, a tool geared towards facilitating the creation of mobile-friendly Web content. Statistics collected by this service provide an important insight into the state of compliance to the mobileOK standard. About 10% of the pages checked by the mobileOK checker are(More)
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