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An annotation model for Personal Information Management

Charles Robert 1
LORIA - Laboratoire Lorrain de Recherche en Informatique et ses Applications
Abstract : Personal information management evokes a particular challenge of freedom. Information that is personal should not be limited by dictates of don'ts and dos. The information must not be limited by format, type, medium and other specifications. Most of the annotation proposals for information management will fail when it comes to personal information management. We believe that the problem of managing information that is not restricted by any form of specifications can be resolved with the use of an annotation model AMIE-PIM. Because annotation is an additional interpretative or evaluative comment on information, it can be structured to record personal information. In our approach, we propose an annotation model that will store information about all possible type of information in all forms of media. In the model, we are concern with information on the type of information we are annotating, the medium, time of creation and the detailed commentaries on the document involved. The creator of the annotation is assumed to be the user of the system associated.
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Charles Robert. An annotation model for Personal Information Management. Computer Communication Review, Association for Computing Machinery, 2006. ⟨inria-00069629⟩



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