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Profiling management for personalised multimedia delivery on-demand within the AXMEDIS framework

Badii, A., Sailor, M. and Nair, R. R. (2006) Profiling management for personalised multimedia delivery on-demand within the AXMEDIS framework. In: Ng, K., Badii, A. and Bellini, P. (eds.) AXMEDIS 2006: Second International Conference on Automated Production of Cross Media Content for Multi-Channel Distribution, Proceedings. IEEE, Los Alamitos, pp. 35-42. ISBN 9780769526256

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Media content distribution on-demand becomes more complex when performed on a mass scale involving various channels with distinct and dynamic network characteristics, and, deploying a variety of terminal devices offering a wide range of capabilities. It is practically impossible to create and prepackage various static versions of the same content to match all the varying demand parameters of clients for various contexts. In this paper we present a profiling management approach for dynamically personalised media content delivery on-demand integrated with the AXMEDIS Framework. The client profiles comprise the representation of User, Device, Network and Context of content delivery based on MPEG-21:DIA. Although the most challenging proving ground for this personalised content delivery has been the mobile testbed i.e. the distribution to mobile handsets, the framework described here can be deployed for disribution, by the AXMEDIS PnP module, through other channels e.g. satellite, Internet to a range of client terminals e.g. desktops, kiosks, IPtv and other terrminals whose baseline terminal capabilities can be made availabe by the manufacturers as is normal.

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Divisions:Science > School of Mathematical, Physical and Computational Sciences > Department of Computer Science
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