in conjunction with i-Know and i-Semantics 2011
8th Sept. 2011, Graz, Austria
Streaming video has recently surpassed peer-to-peer networks in terms of network capacity hunger. Reports estimate a share of 40% of peak network capacity dedicated to entertainment, mostly streaming video. A large share of this traffic originates from web based services. YouTube alone takes up to 8% of the prime time internet traffic. So multimedia on the web is currently a big issue. While transmission currently works in a best effort system, multimedia information system on the web are far from being perfect. Retrieval, annotation, validated and useful metadata, reliable and trusted services, and user interaction and context-based adaptation are still under discussion and allow improvement. Currently, the Web itself faces dramatic changes, looking for example at the spread of social networks, Linked Data or the impact of HTML5 or WebM. These activities also have a deep effect on multimedia data and content provider. Following this, we aim to bring together researchers from the area of multimedia and the web to discuss innovative ideas and new directions in this workshop.
Topics of interest
We encourage the submission of high quality papers from applied and basic research as well as applications for multimedia on the web. Submissions have to relate to multimedia on the web, or more specifically on the following topics:
- Annotation of multimedia for the web
- Multimedia databases and metadata models
- Multimedia & metadata adaptation
- Multimedia in the social web
- Multimedia user communities
- Multimedia semantics & ontologies for the web
- Proactive delivery and recommender systems
- Semantic multimedia information services
- User interaction & context
- Web based emergence and self-organization
- Web based multimedia search and retrieval
The workshop is organized by the Multimedia Metadata Community which has already organized many successful events in the past. The Multimedia Metadata Community aims to extend the active and successful community and network with new members.
Full-paper submissions are limited to a maximum of 4 pages and demo/poster submission to 2 pages. The papers must be in English and should be formatted according to the IEEE 2-column format. All submitted papers will be issue to a peer review by at least 3 program committee members. The publishing media for the workshop is currently under negotiation and will be announced in subsequent call for papers.
- Submission deadline: April 30th, 2011
- Notification of acceptance: May 20th, 2011
- Camera ready papers due: June 15th, 2011
- Laszlo Böszörmenyi, Klagenfurt University, Austria (General Chair)
- Oge Marques, Florida Atlantic University, USA (Co-Chair)
- Mathias Lux, Klagenfurt University, Austria (Co-Chair)
- Ralf Klamma, RWTH Aachen, Germany (Co-Chair)
- Florian Stegmaier, Passau University, Germany (Demo Chair & W3C Liaison)
- Werner Bailer, Joanneum Research, Austria (Demo Chair & W3C Liaison)
For any requests, please contact chairs [at] mmweb2011 [dot] org.