Making Multimedia Meeting Records More Meaningful

Meetings contain a large amount of rich project information that is often not documented. Capturing audio and video of a meeting can provide a comprehensive meeting record. However, finding detailed information in that record can be challenging because there is no structural information other than time to help the user navigate. This paper surveys various ways of creating indices into meeting records and introduces the notion of creating indices based upon user interaction with domain-specific artifacts. As an example, we present a prototype system that uses general team artifacts to provide meaningful pointers into the meeting record.

By: Werner Geyer, Heather Richter, Gregory Abowd

Published in: Proceedings of 2003 International Conference on Multimedia and Expo, Piscataway, NJ, , IEEE. , vol.2, p.II-669-72 in 2003

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