Principles of Video Annotation Markup Language (VAML)

Zhou, T.T. and Jin, J.S.

    The creation of hypertext and World Wide Web provided a powerful mechanism for organizing and distributing the warehouse of information. However, video-based hypermedia may represent the future of the Internet since it provides a much better viewing experience. Our ongoing project - the Video Annotation Markup Language (VAML) aims to enhance the hypervideo framework. In this paper, we give a detailed description of VAML and its principles
Cite as: Zhou, T.T. and Jin, J.S. (2004). Principles of Video Annotation Markup Language (VAML). In Proc. 2003 Pan-Sydney Area Workshop on Visual Information Processing (VIP2003), Sydney, Australia. CRPIT, 36. Piccardi, M., Hintz, T., He, S., Huang, M. L. and Feng, D. D., Eds. ACS. 123-127.
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