Multimedia Supplementation to a Cooking Recipe Text for Facilitating Its Understanding to Inexperienced Users

@article{Ide2010MultimediaST,
  title={Multimedia Supplementation to a Cooking Recipe Text for Facilitating Its Understanding to Inexperienced Users},
  author={Ichiro Ide and Yuka Shidochi and Yuichi Nakamura and Daisuke Deguchi and Tomokazu Takahashi and Hiroshi Murase},
  journal={2010 IEEE International Symposium on Multimedia},
  year={2010},
  pages={242-247}
}
Assisting culinary activities for inexperienced users has been considered as an important task in most existing works in the field. On the other hand, recipe texts are becoming available on the Internet in increasing numbers. However, they tend to be written simply by mostly non-professional people, and thus are sometimes difficult for an inexperienced person to follow the steps and manage to cook as they are supposed to. In this paper, we propose a method that detects difficult descriptions… CONTINUE READING

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