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Technical report TR95-14. Multimedia applications need support from an underlying multimedia storage system to store and retrieve multimedia objects. The presence of spatio-temporal and composition relationships between the objects, their large volume and their inherent distribution pose...
SSHRC Awarded CG 2016: Lead institution is Cape Breton University, in partnership with UAlberta. Public outreach about applied ethnomusicology, positive social interaction, and intercultural exchange. The project includes five core components: (1) two knowledge exchange and dialogue events, one...
Technical report TR03-02. Today's teaching and learning practices are evolving to leverage the continuously increasing information available on the web for all conceivable subject matters. This change is clearly visible in the field of Web-based learning. Instructors use on-line information...
SSHRC Awarded CG 2015: Exhibiting Sound brings together social sciences and humanities researchers to learn from each other about the ways in which mediated sound can be presented in a social space---real or virtual---for educational or aesthetic experience. Through public engagement with wider...
Achievement emotions are important in learning, as they influence learners’ cognitive, motivational, and regulatory processes. Pekrun’s (2006) Control Value Theory (CVT) of Achievement Emotions associates positive-activating emotions (e.g., enjoyment) with better learning outcomes and the...
Technical report TR96-06. Video modeling has become a topic of increasing interest in the area of multimedia research. One of the key aspects in the video medium is spatial relationships. In this paper we propose a spatial representation, based on the temporal interval algebra, for specifying...
Modeling and Querying Multimedia Data
Technical report TR98-05. Amidst the dramatic developments of computer technology in the last decades, we have seen a growing interest in supporting multimedia data. Compared with traditional data, the most noticeable features of multimedia data are their spatiality (the spatial layout of...
Technical report TR96-12. Modeling moving objects has become a topic of increasing interest in the area of video databases. Two key aspects of such modeling are object spatial and temporal relationships. In this paper we introduce an innovative way to represent the trajectory of a single...
Motion capture (MoCap) data has always been one of the most important components in the entertainment industry, being widely employed in animated movies and games. Given technological advancements in motion capture technologies, it has been successfully applied to other areas, such as surgical...