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The AMIDA automatic content linking device: Just-in-time document retrieval in meetings

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Author: Popescu-Belis, A. · Boertjes, E.M. · Kilgour, J. · Poller, P. · Castronovo, S. · Wilson, T. · Jaimes, A. · Carletta, J.
Publisher: Springer
Place: Berlin : [etc]
Source:Machine Learning for Multimodal: Interaction 5th International Workshop on Machine Learning for Multimodal Interaction, MLMI 2008, 8-10 September 2008, Utrecht, The Netherlands, 272-283
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)
Identifier: 241306
doi: doi:10.1007/978-3-540-85853-9_25
Keywords: Just-in-time retrieval · Meeting assistants · Meeting processing · Real-time document retrieval


The AMIDA Automatic Content Linking Device (ACLD) is a just-in-time document retrieval system for meeting environments. The ACLD listens to a meeting and displays information about the documents from the group's history that are most relevant to what is being said. Participants can view an outline or the entire content of the documents, if they feel that these documents are potentially useful at that moment of the meeting. The ACLD proof-of-concept prototype places meeting-related documents and segments of previously recorded meetings in a repository and indexes them. During a meeting, the ACLD continually retrieves the documents that are most relevant to keywords found automatically using the current meeting speech. The current prototype simulates the real-time speech recognition that will be available in the near future. The software components required to achieve these functions communicate using the Hub, a client/server architecture for annotation exchange and storage in real-time. Results and feedback for the first ACLD prototype are outlined, together with plans for its future development within the AMIDA EU integrated project. Potential users of the ACLD supported the overall concept, and provided feedback to improve the user interface and to access documents beyond the group's own history. © 2008 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.