Toward Formalization of Display Grammar for Interactive Media with Applications of Multimedia Information Extraction

Robin Bargar

Display grammar is a coupling of semantic and signal processing information for interactive multimedia. We propose a computational formalization binding media resource data and authoring information, including contextual data and interactive processing algorithms. We hypothesize display grammar provides a domain for mapping a range of applications of MMIE and media resource retrieval. We demonstrate a manifold model of display grammar to support this hypothesis.

Submitted: Sep 8, 2008