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Personalised News On Demand: The “HyNoDe” service

  • The HyNoDe consortium
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 1309)

Abstract

This paper presents the approach of the ESPRIT project HyNoDe (EP 22160 — Hypermedia News on Demand) towards a novel Personalised News-On-Demand (PNoD) Service. The HyNoDe Service Personalised feature refers to customisation of the service to suit individual needs and preferences of the clients based on the information filtering concept. The service addresses all the involved phases in the news publishing industry, from News Capturing up to end-user News Presentation. The paper compares the HyNoDe service with existing ones, and presents the architecture of the service, and the HyNoDe modules and tools related with each of the news publishing phases.

Keywords

News Story Content Provider Multimedia Document News Production Filter Manager 
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