We have increasingly more opportunities to use video for our knowledge work, such as monitoring events, reflecting on physical performances, learning subject matter, or analyzing scientific experimental phenomena. In such ill-defined situation, users often create their own browsing styles to explore the videos because the domain knowledge of contents is not useful, and then the users interact with videos according to their browsing style. However, such kind of tacit knowledge, which is acquired through user's experiences, has not been well managed. The goal of our research is to share and reuse tacit knowledge, and then create new knowledge by composing them in video browsing. This paper describes the notion of reusing habitual behavior of video browsing, and presents examples of composing these behaviors to create new video browsing styles.
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