The Software Defined Media Ontology for Music Events

Abstract : With the advent of viewing services based on the Internet, the importance of object-based viewing services for interpreting objects existing in space and utilizing them as content is increasing. Since 2014, the Software Defined Media Consortium has been researching object-based media and Internet-based viewing spaces. This paper defineds a framework in event participants and professional recorders each freely share recorded data, and a third party can creates an application based on the data. This study aims to provide an SDM ontology-based contents management mechanism with a detailed description of the object-based audio and video data and the recording environment. The data can be shared via the Internet and is highly reusable. We implemented this management mechanism and have developed and validated applications that are capable of interactively playing 3D content from any viewpoints freely.
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Workshop on Semantic Applications for Audio and Music, Oct 2018, Monterey, California, United States. Workshop on Semantic Applications for Audio and Music, 2018, Proceedings SAAM ’18, October 9, 2018, Monterey, CA, USA
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Ray Atarashi, Takuro Sone, Yu Komohara, Manabu Tsukada, Takashi Kasuya, et al.. The Software Defined Media Ontology for Music Events. Workshop on Semantic Applications for Audio and Music, Oct 2018, Monterey, California, United States. Workshop on Semantic Applications for Audio and Music, 2018, Proceedings SAAM ’18, October 9, 2018, Monterey, CA, USA. 〈hal-01879099〉

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