C3PO: a Spontaneous and Ephemeral Social Networking Framework for a collaborative Creation and Publishing of Multimedia Contents

Abstract : Online social networks have been adopted by a large part of the population, and have become in few years essential communication means and a source of information for journalists. Nevertheless, these networks have some drawbacks that make people reluctant to use them, such as the impossibility to claim for ownership of data and to avoid commercial analysis of them, or the absence of collaborative tools to produce multimedia contents with a real editorial value. In this paper, we present a new kind of social networks, namely spontaneous and ephemeral social networks (SESNs). SESNs allow people to collaborate spontaneously in the production of multimedia documents so as to cover cultural and sport events.
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International conference on selected topics in Mobile and Wireless Networking (MoWNet 2014), Sep 2014, Rome, Italy. Elsevier, 40, pp.129-134, 2014, Procedia Computer Science. 〈10.1016/j.procs.2014.10.040〉
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Frédérique Laforest, Nicolas Le Sommer, Stéphane Frénot, François De Corbière, Yves Mahéo, et al.. C3PO: a Spontaneous and Ephemeral Social Networking Framework for a collaborative Creation and Publishing of Multimedia Contents. International conference on selected topics in Mobile and Wireless Networking (MoWNet 2014), Sep 2014, Rome, Italy. Elsevier, 40, pp.129-134, 2014, Procedia Computer Science. 〈10.1016/j.procs.2014.10.040〉. 〈hal-01069778〉

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