Towards Automatic Mobile Blogging

  title={Towards Automatic Mobile Blogging},
  author={Pujianto Cemerlang and Joo-Hwee Lim and Yilun You and Jun Zhang and Jean-Pierre Chevallet},
  journal={2006 IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo},
Weblog (usually shortened as blog) has gained its popularity lately. There are about 70,000 new blogs a day and about 29,100 blog updates an hour. As an emerging blogging phenomenon, with the proliferation of camera phones, mobile bloggers can write their blogs almost instantaneously. But how much further can current mobile blogging tools enhance the experience? In this paper, we propose a Mobilog framework to automate context-relevant annotation and synthesise personalised content for mobile… Expand

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