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Interaction Design for the Exchange of Media Organized in Terms of Complex Events

By Anthony Jameson and Sven Buschbeck (2010)

Proceedings of the Workshop EVENTS 2010 – Recognising and Tracking Events on the Web and in Real Life, hosted by SETN 2010, Athens.

Abstract

Even the most sophisticated automatic recognition of events must often be paired with an appropriate design of the users’ interaction with those events. This paper presents three presumably typical use cases and associated interaction design proposals, which illustrate (a) how untrained users can benefit from the organization of media in terms of complex events; (b) how they can have their own media categorized in this way without having to invest much effort; and (c) how they can even create complex event instances with novel structures, without having to think explicitly about event structures.

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BibTeX entry

@inproceedings{JamesonB10Events,
  year = {2010},
  author = {{Jameson}, Anthony and
            {Buschbeck}, Sven},
  title = {Interaction Design for the Exchange of Media Organized in Terms of Complex Events},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the Workshop {EVENTS~2010} -- Recognising and Tracking Events on the
    Web and in Real Life, hosted by {SETN} 2010},
  address = {Athens}}