Guest Editor's Introduction: Content Repurposing
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This special issue focuses on the challenges, architectures, technology, and tools for content repurposing.Typically, Web content comprises text, images, animations, and video. Since images,animations, and video are harder to handle, the early content repurposing efforts focused on delivering text. While this is useful for many applications such as stock quotes, weather conditions,traffic updates, and news headlines, users are accustomed to the Web experience and want to receive richer content. In many situations, such as when users are mobile or short of time, they find it easier to comprehend information presented as images and videos. The articles in this special issue focus on rich content only.
The article of record as published may be found at http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/MMUL.2004.1261102Published in: IEEE MultiMedia (Volume: 11 , Issue: 1 , Jan-March 2004)
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