2 Contact: Dr. Martin Memmel German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence DFKI GmbH Trippstadter Straße Kaiserslautern fon fax mail web Version 2.23 (2015/08/10)
3 Table of Contents 1 What is ALOE? ALOE USPs ALOE Main Features User management Contribution of resources Managing and organizing contents Tag management Groups Search QR codes Push services Data exchange Integration with other platforms Localization ALOE System Architecture Utilized technologies System design ALOE Sample Scenarios ALOE-Public Mindpool MACE The Web of Models C-LINK RADAR... 28
4 This white paper describes functionalities, use cases and technical background information of the ALOE system. 1 What is ALOE? ALOE is a system for collaborative sharing and annotation of arbitrary multimedia resources such as text documents, audio and video files, or web pages: users can upload resources (using ALOE as a repository), existing, heterogeneous and distributed resources e.g., from the www or an intranet can be integrated (using ALOE as a referatory), resources can be found by using various filter criteria and search modes, users can tag, rate, and comment resources, initiate and join groups, organize contact lists, send messages to each other, etc. Where and how can ALOE be used? ALOE is a generic platform suitable to realize systems such as social (intranet) portals sharing and communication platforms administration and organization of arbitrary digital contents ALOE can be used as a stand-alone system, but also as a backbone to integrate social media paradigms in existing environments; as an open system in the World Wide Web, but also in closed environments without any connections to the outside (access to resources outside only depends on existing security policies of the according organization). To ensure privacy and security, encrypted communication is used, and information (resources and their associated descriptions such as tags) can be published in different modes: private: the information is only visible for the publishing user group: the information is only visible for members of a selected group public: the information is visible for all users In the same way, each resource owner can decide who is allowed to edit information. Due to its open architecture, ALOE allows for the usage of formal and static metadata about resources as well as for Web2.0-like information created by end users in different applications and contexts.
5 2 ALOE USPs Several platforms exist that aim at integrating different kinds of digital resources, and that offer social media functionalities. Some of them also allow to introduce them in existing environments. Yet, they are limited in terms of the following characteristics: Generic support: Mostly, only isolated use cases with solutions that focus on selected scenarios (e.g., support only for specific resource types such as images or videos) and domains are focused. Creation of instances: Most Web-based platforms (e.g., Delicious) can not be instantiated at all, which not only means that it is not possible to adapt them in any way but also that an integration into existing environments is only possible to a small extent, if at all. Adaptability: Most platforms cannot be adapted to the specific needs of a scenario, or they only offer very limited possibilities that usually only concern few aspects regarding the look and feel of the user interface. Integrability: Frontend and backend technologies are mostly not separated in a way that allows to also use and integrate them as a social backbone in existing environments. If APIs are offered, they most of the time only include a small extent of the available functionalities. Furthermore, the incorporation of existing information is usually very complex or not even possible at all. Access control: The ability to make use of different visibility levels and thus to allow a controlled sharing of information is often missing. If at all, most systems only offer a distinction between private and public contributions. Unlike existing approaches, ALOE is a comprehensive approach and framework allowing to exploit the potentials of social media also in existing environments with support for potentially arbitrary kinds of contributions.
6 3 ALOE Main Features In the following an overview of ALOE main features is provided. 3.1 User management All content that was added with visibility public in ALOE can be accessed without registration yet, registration is mandatory for adding any kind of information to the system. ALOE offers a complete user management, comprising the following features (among others): Registration with/without need to confirm via (configurable) Ajax-based availability tests for nickname / Forgot your password? functionality Stay logged in (optional, using cookies) Registration page in ALOE
7 User profiles with adaptable visibility for other users. The entries comprise, among others: address buddy icon social network contact information (e.g., LinkedIn, XING) affiliation (configurable: free text or using a predefined set of entries) interests (configurable: free text or using a predefined set of entries) Profile page in ALOE
8 Social networking functionalities contact management messaging with optional message forwarding to the provided account Message management in ALOE
9 3.2 Contribution of resources ALOE supports arbitrary multimedia contents (bookmarks, text documents, audio, video, etc) by offering the following features: automatic metadata generation (based on Tika 1) tag recommendations (type-ahead-find) generation of preview images for all common multimedia formats Embedded player for various resource types (e.g., flash, mp3) Sample contribution page for adding a web page to ALOE. On the right side, automatically extracted metadata is offered. At the bottom, other platforms that can be joined with ALOE are offered to allow for synchronously publishing the information on the respective systems. 1
10 For each content contributed in ALOE, a respective detail page with a variety of information and interaction means is offered. Display of static (e.g., title, description) and dynamic (e.g., number of views) metadata Metadata editing Assigning the content to portfolios, groups, and collections Tagging, commenting, and rating Report a problem, send to a friend Detail page of a resource in ALOE
11 3.3 Managing and organizing contents ALOE offers a variety of means to organize and manage contents. Logged in users have a personal portfolio with all contents they have gathered Each content can be added to a favorites list Collections offer an additional way of organizing contents Groups (later explained in more detail) allow for assigning contents to different topics or users Tags allow for adding freely chosen keywords to contents These organization types also allow for so called social browsing functionalities, i.e., the direct and intuitive navigation to related contents. ALOE offers various means to manage and organize contents
12 3.4 Tag management ALOE offers comfortable tag management: tag renaming tag removal access to tagged contents Tag management in ALOE
13 3.5 Groups Groups in ALOE can be used to aggregate users as well as contents. Group messages can be sent, group contents can be searched, and users can subscribe to group-specific activity reports. Group overview pages allow for immediate access to all group related information. A group overview page in ALOE
14 ALOE offers the following types of groups: open groups: Every member of the system can join an open group without the permission of a group administrator. Group members, group resources, and group activities are accessible for all (also anonymous) users. closed, public groups: Group members, group resources, and group activities are accessible for all (also anonymous) users. Joining and thus having the possibility to share resources to such a group requires the permission of a group administrator. closed, private groups: All group activities are only visible for group members, resources can be contributed with group visibility, and joining the group requires the permission of a group administrator.
15 3.6 Search ALOE offers different search and ranking options for the objects existing in the system. Resource search Search in selected metadata fields (title, description, tags,...) and in the full text content of resources Search in selected groups Various ranking options (most relevant, most viewed, best rated, most recent, most bookmarked ) expert search with different filters (mime type, license, date, ) Example of a search result page in ALOE
16 Group search Search within title and description Various ranking options (number of members, number of contents,...) Member search Depending on the users' privacy settings
17 3.7 QR codes ALOE offers the generation of so called QR (Quick Response) codes for all contents in the system. A QR code generated in ALOE QR codes in ALOE are generated by using the Zebra Crossing library2. 2
18 3.8 Push services ALOE offers several means to automatically get updates about new activities in the system. Feeds (Atom): all activities in the system activities in selected, public groups activities on resource in the own portfolio activities on selected resources all new resources in the system new resources in selected, public groups new resources contributed by selected users new resources matching arbitrary searches Extract of a sample ALOE resource feed
19 reports: all activities in the system activities in selected groups activities on selected resources
20 3.9 Data exchange ALOE was intentionally designed to allow for an easy use of data in other contexts. This comprises optional parallel upload to simultaneously contribute information to other platforms (e.g., Delicious, Diigo, Twitter), among others based on OAuth export of own contents, search results and group contents as a Netscape Bookmark File (importable in all common browsers and bookmarking platforms) embedded metadata (microformats, RDFa) 3.10 Integration with other platforms functionalities are also offered as Services (REST Web Service API) widgets to embed Information about contents in ALOE integration means for arbitrary metadata associated with contents Two examples for the integration of information from ALOE instances by means of widgets 3.11 Localization ALOE offers full UTF-8 support and other localization means for all ALOE components (already existing: DE/EN). This concerns all kinds of system messages, labels (also regarding interaction elements), icons, etc.
21 4 ALOE System Architecture The ALOE system architecture has particularly been designed with regard to userfriendliness, reliability, extensibility and to support an easy integration into existing infrastructures and applications. That way a sustainable deployment of the system can be guaranteed. Due to its generic architecture, ALOE facilitates the individual creation of solutions adopted to the specific needs of the usage scenario. This concerns on the one hand the skin of the system and on the other hand metadata extensions as well as specific functionalities which are needed for a concrete scenario. 4.1 Utilized technologies The ALOE system is entirely implemented in Java (version 1.6). It is deployed in the servlet container Apache Tomcat (version 6) of the Apache Software Foundation. Graphical user interface: The graphical user interface is realized with JSP by making use of established J2EE design patterns. Web service interface: The functionalities of the system are accessible via a REST API. That way the provided functionalities as well as the data stored in the system are at disposal for authorized clients via the Internet or intranet thus allowing an easy integration of ALOE into existing applications. Storage and access of resources: The resources are stored in a MySQL data base (version 5.0) and may be accessed by authorized clients over the network via a multimedia servlet or via the SOAP/REST API described above. Storage of metadata: The metadata describing the resources is also stored in the MySQL data base (version 5.5). This makes the generation of different views on the content in the system possible and enables the aggregation of the data in ALOE to realize appropriate visualizations. Lucene-Integration: All metadata as well as the automatically extracted full texts (when existing) can also be accessed in a synchronized Lucene index. This allows,e.g., for a fast and relevance-based keyword search.
22 4.2 System design Deisgn and components of the ALOE system architecture
23 5 ALOE Sample Scenarios As ALOE is a generic infrastructure that can easily be adapted to the needs of specific scenarios, it can be used in a variety of contexts. Here are some examples for ALOE instances and their use in different scenarios and projects. 5.1 ALOE-Public URL: ALOE-public is an ALOE instance that is publicly available since It is used in real application scenarios (e.g., by the Institut Henri Tudor), but also as a simple playground. This is a plain ALOE that comes without any adaptations. Welcome page on ALOE-public
24 5.2 Mindpool URL: Mindpool is DFKI's internal social media suite for all DFKI employees (in Berlin, Bremen, Kaiserslautern and Saarbrücken). Mindpool consists of two components: mindpool hints is a microblogging tool based on the Open Source microblogging service status.net, and mindpool treasures is a social resource sharing platform based on ALOE. For Mindpool, a specific ALOE instance was set up with a different design and support for special resource types such as media assets, visits, and media galleries. Screenshot of the ALOE welcome page in Mindpool
25 5.3 MACE URL: The objective of the European Project MACE (Metadata for Architectural Contents in Europe) is to create a common infrastructure for enriching and retrieving educational contents about architecture in Europe. It was co-funded by the EU econtentplus program from 09/2006 until 10/2009. All community features in MACE are realized using ALOE as a social backbone. In MACE, only the ALOE Web Service was used to provide Web2.0 interaction means (user profiles, personal portfolios, tagging, commenting, rating, etc.) within the existing infrastructure. Screenshot of a detail page in MACE, with information stored in ALOE
26 5.4 The Web of Models URL: Within the Cluster of Excellency "Center for Mathematical and Computational Modelling" 3 (CMCM), ALOE is used as a basis for the Web of Models. CMCM started in 2008 and is funded by the Government of Rhineland-Palatinate. To support mathematical models, the ALOE instance used in this scenario offers specific metadata for mathematical models, as well as specific detail pages for model visualization. Furthermore, objects can formally be classified in mathematical taxonomies. A detail page of a mathematical model in the Web of Models system 3
27 5.5 C-LINK URL: The aim of C-LINK (Conference Link) was the development of a web based tool to support conference attendees. With C-LINK, users can share papers and presentations, generate individual conference schedules, get personalized recommendations to find interesting events and attendees, etc. C-LINK is based on ALOE and was used during the KI 2008 (the Annual German Conference on Artificial Intelligence) in Kaiserslautern and the ICDAR 2009 (the International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition) in Barcelona. C-LINK supports an event-specific provision of interests on user profile pages and can provide recommendations for conference events based on the user's profile and contributions. Recommendations for conference events in C-LINK
28 5.6 RADAR URL: The aim of the project RADAR (Resource Annotation and Delivery for Mobile Augmented Reality Services) was the development of an ALOE-based infrastructure to contribute, organize, and annotate multimedia resources that can be used within mobile augmented reality services. Besides adapters for existing services like Layar or Wikitude, a new personalized and location-based mobile augmented reality service has also been developed. RADAR was sponsored by the Stiftung Rheinland-Pfalz für Innovation from 03/2010 until 02/2011. For RADAR, ALOE was enhanced to also process geoinformation such as coordinates, to provide means to contribute and search geocontents, etc. Map search in RADAR
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