Polemical video annotation via twitter @ Making Sense of Microposts

ABSTRACT:
In this paper we present a method to enhance video metadata by
using microposts generated through social interactions during live events. Our
goal is to make visible the audience “polemical activity” (the exchange of
arguments, counter-arguments and references) elicited by the talk, and use it as
a tool to browse the video record. To achieve it, we design a new interface and
service that makes a synthetic view of microposts interaction.

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BIBTEK :

@Proceedings{proc_msm2011@eswc2011,
title = {Proceedings, 1st Workshop on Making Sense of Microposts {(\#MSM2011)}: Big things come in small packages, Heraklion, Crete, Greece, 30th May 2011},
year = 2011,
booktitle = {Making Sense of Microposts {(\#MSM2011)}},
editor = {Matthew Rowe and Milan Stankovic and Aba-Sah Dadzie and Mariann Hardey},
month = {May},
url = {http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-718},
}

@InProceedings{huron.ea:2011,
author = {Samuel Huron and Yves-Marie Haussonne and Alexandre Monnin and Yves-Marie L’hour},
title = {DEMO: Polemical Video Annotation by Twitter},
crossref = {proc_msm2011@eswc2011},
pages = {19–21},
booktitle = {Making Sense of Microposts {(\#MSM2011)}},
year = 2011,
keywords = {micropost; annotation; video; social interactions; live; polemic },
url = {http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-718/paper_11.pdf},
}