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Computer Science - HCI | Interactive TV: A Shared Experience - 5th European Conference, EuroITV 2007, Amsterdam, the Netherlands,

Interactive TV: A Shared Experience

5th European Conference, EuroITV 2007, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, May 24-25, 2007, Proceedings

Cesar, Pablo, Chorianopoulos, Konstantinos, Jensen, Jens F. (Eds.)

2007, XIII, 236 p. Also available online.

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 5th European Conference on Interactive Television, EuroITV 2007, held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands in May 2007.

The 24 revised full papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 80 submissions. The volume combines papers from academia and industry covering a wide range of areas such as media studies, audiovisual design, multimedia, human-computer interaction, and management. The papers are organized in topical sections on social TV systems, user studies, the future of TV, social TV evaluation, personalization, and mobile TV.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » 3D - EPG - IDTV - Multimedia - architecture - audiovisual archives - automated reasoning - broadcasting - business model - cultural probing - digital television - distributed systems - eye-tracking - fuzzy clustering - linguistic granularity

Related subjects » Database Management & Information Retrieval - HCI - Image Processing - Information Systems and Applications

Table of contents 

Social TV Systems.- Awareness and Conversational Context Sharing to Enrich TV Based Communication.- An Architecture for Non-intrusive User Interfaces for Interactive Digital Television.- Model-Driven Creation of Staged Participatory Multimedia Events on TV.- EPG-Board a Social Application for the OmegaBox Media Center.- User Studies.- Human-Centered Design of Interactive TV Games with SMS Backchannel.- Acceptable System Response Times for TV and DVR.- Exploring the Effects of Interactivity in Television Drama.- Focusing on Elderly: An iTV Usability Evaluation Study with Eye-Tracking.- The Future of TV.- Accessibility of Interactive Television for Users with Low Vision: Learning from the Web.- Will Broadcasters Survive in the Online and Digital Domain?.- Conceiving ShapeShifting TV: A Computational Language for Truly-Interactive TV.- User Interfaces Based on 3D Avatars for Interactive Television.- Social TV Evaluation.- Perceptions of Value: The Uses of Social Television.- Sociable TV: Exploring User-Led Interaction Design for Older Adults.- Psychological Backgrounds for Inducing Cooperation in Peer-to-Peer Television.- Trends in the Living Room and Beyond.- Personalisation.- SenSee Framework for Personalized Access to TV Content.- AIMED- A Personalized TV Recommendation System.- Fuzzy Clustering Based Ad Recommendation for TV Programs.- Towards Content-Aware Coding: User Study.- Mobile TV.- Personal TV: A Qualitative Study of Mobile TV Users.- “I Just Want to See the News” – Interactivity in Mobile Environments.- Mobile TV in Everyday Life Contexts – Individual Entertainment or Shared Experiences?.- Semantic Modelling Using TV-Anytime Genre Metadata.

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