ACM Multimedia 2004
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Multimedia Analysis, Processing and Retrieval Track

The Multimedia analysis, processing, and retrieval track of ACM Multimedia has always been at the forefront of research in the area of media mining, media processing, and media presentation. We are highly encouraging submissions in these areas:

1. Containing novel and fresh ideas,
2. Questioning existing paradigms/unwritten rules, or
3. Advancing the field by thorough theoretical or experimental analysis
4. Chartering into new directions (e.g., multimedia sensor networks on distributed platforms)
Original papers are solicited in, but are not limited to the following technical areas:
• Multimedia analysis, processing, and retrieval
• Multimedia content description
• Audio/video/multi-modal processing
• Multimedia semantics modeling
• Multimedia indexing and retrieval
• Digital rights management
• MPEG-7/-21 standards
• Content-based retrieval with emphasis on multiple and novel media
• Media Mining
• Multimedia sensor networks on small/large-scale distributed platforms
• Active media capturing, processing, and rendering from a control angle.  

The term multimedia is interpreted in a very broad sense. It encompasses image, audio, video, tactile, and/or olfactory data as well as compound documents such as presentations (e.g., in PowerPoint), word documents, media emails, and web pages.

Important Dates

April 16, 2004 Abstract Registration
Full papers abstract registration deadline at 5 PM EDT

April 25, 2004
Full papers submission deadline at 5 PM EDT

July 1, 2004
Notification of acceptance for full papers

July 23, 2004
Camera-ready papers due

Technical Program Committee

Chair: , University of Augsburg, Germany

, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
, IBM Watson Research Center, USA
, Microsoft Research, USA
, TU Delft, Netherlands
, IDIAP, Switzerland
, University of Maryland, USA
, Milano-Bicocca University, Italy
, National Univ of Singapore, Singapore
, Osaka University, Japan
, TU Berlin, Germany
, EURECOM, France
, Liacs, Netherlands
, Tokyo University, Japan
, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
, Columbia University, USA
, Arizona State University, USA
, Columbia University, USA
, TU Muenchen, Germany
, Dublin City University, Ireland
, University of Muenster, Germany
, CSIRO, Australia
, Eurecom, France
, Columbia University, USA
, University of California, Berkeley, USA
, IBM Watson Research Center, USA
, University of Kentucky, USA
, University of Mannheim, Germany
, Panasonic Research, USA