Consumer Multimedia Organization and Retrieval (19 Feb 1999)
Technologies and applications for consumer digital media are evolving rapidly. Examples of these technologies are digital still and video cameras, multimedia personal computers, broadband multimedia networks, and recordable CD/DVD. These technologies enable consumers to create and access ever-increasing amounts of content, from a wide variety of sources and formats. As a result, there are significant challenges to be overcome to effectively organize and access this media information.
Article URL: http://hci.stanford.edu/seminar/abstracts/98-99/990219-kuchinsky.html
(Allan Kuchinsky, Hewlett Packard Laboratories)
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