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Many researches endeavour to solve the problem of information overload and deliver the preferred TV programme content to users… Expand The majority of recommender systems require explicit user interaction (ranking of movies and TV programmes and/or their metadata… Expand This paper presents a TV program recommender for groups based on multidimensional classifications following the TV-Anytime… Expand Interactive Digital TV opens new learning possibilities where new forms of education are needed. On the one hand, the combination… Expand In this article, the authors examine the challenges of creating and deploying multimedia metadata standards. They also review… Expand The expansion of TV channels in digital era is resulting in a soaring number of program contents available to viewers. The advent… Expand In this paper, we describe a framework that we have developed for the support of ontology-based semantic indexing and retrieval… Expand This document describes a Uniform Resource Name (URN) namespace that
is engineered by the TV-Anytime Forum for naming persistent… Expand The Uniform Resource Locator (URL) scheme "CRID:" has been devised to
allow references to current or future scheduled… Expand This paper presents algorithms and principles for the implementation of a novel broadband multimedia service called "TV-anytime… Expand