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System and Method for automatically generate a set of tags for user generated content starting from user context

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000200135D
Publication Date: 2010-Sep-30
Document File: 3 page(s) / 108K

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System and Method for automatically generate a set of tags for user generated content starting from user context.

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System and Method for automatically generate a set of tags for user generated content starting from user context

The web 2.0 world is actually having a great success in every part of the world. Some of the key features of this new kind of application are
·User generated content
·Social object classification (TAGGING)

The user generated content is the capability of Web 2.0 applications of losing the strict distinction between who publish the information and who gets it. All the participant of a Web 2.0 applications are publisher and a reader of news, video, photos published on the site content.

The tagging is a way to classify objects generated by users. While in older application the object classification was mainly made by the application creator, the Web 2.0 application gives a way to classify object using so called tags. The use of tags allows other users to easily search for contents (video, html pages, images etc.).

Application of Web 2.0 concept to business application, used in a business environment directly by workers is currently under investigation. In an application like that when a lot of user content is about to be generated, tagging is very important because allow other users to easily gather information. But when a lot of user generated content is made, especially in day by day work tagging can be a great overwork. So a lot of information can be loosed due to bad or missing tagging and the consequent inaccessibility.

The proposed solution uses the user...