Coping with the dynamics of open, social media on mobile devices with mobile facets

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Coping with the dynamics of open, social media on mobile devices with mobile facets is a 2011 conference paper written in English by Kleinen A., Scherp A., Staab S. and published in Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Semantic Ambient Media Experience, SAME 2011, in Conjunction with the 5th International Convergence on Communities and Technologies.

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When traveling to a foreign city or wanting to know what is happening in one's home area, users today often search and explore different social media platforms. In order to provide different social media sources in an integrated manner on a mobile device, we have developed Mobile Facets. Mobile Facets allows for the faceted, interactive search and explo- ration of social media on a touchscreen mobile phone. The social media is queried live from different data sources and professional content sources like DBpedia, a Semantic Web version of Wikipedia, the event directories Eventful and Up- coming, geo-located Flickr photos, and GeoNames. Mobile Facets provides an integrated retrieval and interactive ex- ploration of resources from these social media sources such as places, persons, organizations, and events. One does not know in advance how many facets the application will receive from such sources in a specific contextual situation and how many data items for the facets will be provided. Thus, the user interface of Mobile Facets is to be designed to cope with this dynamics of social media. Copyright

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