Proceedings Ninth IEEE International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence (1997)
Newport Beach, CA
Nov. 3, 1997 to Nov. 8, 1997
Harumi Maeda , Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Takashi Hirata , Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Toyoaki Nishida , Nara Institute of Science and Technology
This paper describes the CoMeMo project which aims to develop systems which articulate, organize and utilize everyday memory in a group or in a community. The basic hypothesis is that connecting information without defining the semantics using the weak information structures is effective to deal with a large amount of diverse information. The CoMeMo architecture consists of (a) CoMeMo Workbench, (b) CoMeMo Incorporator, (c) CoMeMo Mobile Terminal, (d) CoMeMo Server, (e) CoMeMo Protocol and (f) CoMeMo Agent. We have implemented the CoMeMo Workbench, the CoMeMo Incorporator and a prototype of the CoMeMo Mobile Terminal. We have developed applications based on the CoMeMo architecture: (a) Information Gathering and Reorganization from WWW pages, (b) Ontology development, (c) Education Support and (d) Conference Support.
CoMeMo, memory, associations
H. Maeda, T. Hirata and T. Nishida, "CoMeMo: Constructing and Sharing Everyday Memory," Proceedings Ninth IEEE International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence(ICTAI), Newport Beach, CA, 1997, pp. 0023.