Interactive multimedia document consistency check challenges
Authors: Joel dos Santos (Federal Center of Technological Education/RJ), Debora Muchaluat-Saade (Universidade Federal Fluminense)
Abstract: A multimedia document may be specified manually or automatically generated, instantiated, adapted or has its content and structure dynamically edited. Therefore, changes in a document specification may occur from its creation to its execution. Such different phases and changes performed over a document characterize its life cycle. It is important to maintain multimedia document consistency along its life cycle, which means that document execution should always follow guidelines expressed at creation time. Different works in the literature present approach for addressing this issue by validating multimedia documents along different phases of a document life cycle. This short course’s objective is to discuss the requirements for multimedia document consistency checking along its life cycle. There will be a discussion about key solutions presented in the literature, challenges, and directions for future research on this topic.
The Minicourse takes place on November 8 to 11, 2016. More information at http://www6.ifpi.edu.br/webmedia/?page_id=11&lang=pt.