IAPMA 2011: 2nd Workshop on information access to personal media archives
Doherty, Aiden R. and O'Hara, Kieron and Aizawa, Kiyoharu and Caprani, Niamh and Smeaton, Alan F. (2011) IAPMA 2011: 2nd Workshop on information access to personal media archives. IAPMA 2011: 2nd Workshop on Information Access to Personal Media Archives, 2 . Dublin City University, Dublin City University. ISBN 1872327974
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Towards e-Memories: challenges of capturing, summarising, presenting, understanding, using, and retrieving relevant information from heterogeneous data contained in personal media archives.
Welcome to IAPMA 2011, the second international workshop on "Information Access for Personal Media Archives". It is now possible to archive much of our life experiences in digital form using a variety of sources, e.g. blogs written, tweets made, social network status updates, photographs taken, videos seen, music heard, physiological monitoring, locations visited and environmentally sensed data of those places, details of people met, etc. Information can be captured from a myriad of personal information devices including desktop computers, PDAs, digital cameras, video and audio recorders, and various sensors, including GPS, Bluetooth, and biometric devices.
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