Intelligent mining and indexing of multi-language e-Learning material
|Intelligent mining and indexing of multi-language e-Learning material|
|Author(s)||Fogarolli A., Ronchetti M.|
|Editor(s)||Tsihrintzis G.T.Virvou M.V.Howlett R.H.Jain L.C.J.|
|Published in||Studies in Computational Intelligence|
|Keyword(s)||Content retrieval and filtering: Search over semi-structural Web sources, e-Learning, Multimedia, Wikipedia|
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Intelligent mining and indexing of multi-language e-Learning material is a 2008 journal article written in English by Fogarolli A., Ronchetti M. and published in Studies in Computational Intelligence.
In this paper we describe a method to automatically discover important concepts and their relationships in e-Lecture material. The discovered knowledge is used to display semantic aware categorizations and query suggestions for facilitating navigation inside an unstructured multimedia repository of e-Lectures. We report about an implemented approach for dealing with learning materials referring to the same event in different languages. The information acquired from the speech is combined with the documents such as presentation slides, which are temporally synchronized with the video for creating new knowledge through a mapping with a taxonomy representation such as Wikipedia.
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