Best Paper Award of the 9th Forum Media Technology Conference
2. December 2016, by Christina Niederer
From 23rd to 24th November, the 9th forum media technology conference was held at St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences. Alexander Rind, David Pfahler, Christina Niederer and Wolfgang Aigner received the Best Paper Award for their paper “Exploring Media Transparency with Multiple Views”.
The paper was written in cooperation with David Pfahler from TU Wien and the VALiD project team from St. Pölten University of applied sciences. The basis for this research work was the Media Transparency Dashboard, an interactive visualization tool for open government data on media transparency in Austria.
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