By Peter Buneman (auth.), K. Selçuk Candan, Augusto Celentano (eds.)
This quantity collects the lawsuits of the eleventh overseas Workshop on Multimedia details structures, MIS 2005, which was once held in the course of September 19–21, 2005 within the attractive city of Sorrento, Italy. The MIS sequence of workshops began in 1995 with the purpose of fostering - terdisciplinary discussions and study in all features of multimedia info platforms, in all their range. on account that then, in MIS workshops,issues starting from primary multimedia details administration examine to complex app- cations in multimedia platforms similar ?elds were mentioned, new structures were stated, and the teachings discovered have supplied new insights into this dynamic and fascinating quarter of laptop technological know-how and engineering. because the software chairs of the MIS 2005 workshop, we observe that whereas desi- ing an e?ective multimedia procedure, complementary concerns need to be taken into consideration: (a) the necessity to use applicable applied sciences in buying, p- cessing, and providing multimedia facts which show up themselves less than very di?erent shapes; and (b) the necessity for modeling, indexing, querying, retrieving, mining, and visualizing information lower than di?erent method and gadget services, for di?erent clients. as a result, along with the improvement of extra conventional content material administration applied sciences, there are rising must assemble media from se- ing units within the environmental context, for informedprocessingofmediabased at the present activity and assets, and for making the implications on hand to the consumer within the best suited shape in keeping with the features and personal tastes of the user.
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Candan and A. ): MIS 2005, LNCS 3665, pp. 33 – 48, 2005. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2005 34 F. L. Sapino The challenge, in this case, is the discovery and organization of such information possibly coming from different messages, given the fact that (i) several different topics can be discussed in a single message, whose title/subject is not necessarily required to match the message content, and (ii) different aspects of the same topic may be found in various postings. In this paper, we address the problem of knowledge discovery from messageboards.
Unfortunately, postings do not embed in the text their explicit relationships with the others. The problem of identifying the boundaries of topics in discussion boards and their inner classifications has been addressed by Murakami, Nagao and Takeda in [MTN01]. Based on the idea of extracting information from the postings by analyzing the relationships among fragments of text contained in the messages, they compute the distance among quoted texts in messages. The goal is to relate the quoted parts of different postings to discover their mutual correlation.
In our case, we use the Best rule as the conflict resolution strategy: each rule is given a ‘salience’, which specifies how strong it should be considered over the alternatives; therefore, the rule with the highest salience is chosen. When the selected rule is fired, all the actions specified in its THEN clause are carried out. These actions can have multiple effects on different targets. In some cases, they simply modify the working memory. In other cases, they also update the rule-base or execute any other actions coded by the system programmer in the THEN clause.