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CBMI 2017 – Call For Papers

CBMI aims at bringing together the various communities involved in all aspects of content-based multimedia indexing for retrieval, browsing, management, visualization and analytics.

Authors are encouraged to submit previously unpublished research papers in the broad field of content-based multimedia indexing and applications. In addition to multimedia and social media search and retrieval, we wish to highlight related and equally important issues that build on content-based indexing, such as multimedia content management, user interaction and visualization, media analytics, etc.


  • Full/short paper submission deadline: February 28, 2017
  • Demo paper submission deadline: February 28, 2017
  • Special Session proposals submission: November 16, 2016

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ICMR 2017 – Call for Open Source Software Papers

ICMR 2017 is calling for papers presenting significant and innovative open source contributions of researchers and software developers to advance the field of multimedia retrieval by providing the community with implementations of middleware, frameworks, toolkits, libraries, players, authoring tools, and other multimedia software. We strongly believe that making available open source resources significantly advances the field by providing a common set of tools for (i) building upon previous work, (ii) improving multimedia research prototypes and (iii) allowing others to replicate research results more easily.

Each open source software paper should not be longer than 4 pages.

Important Dates

Paper Submission: January 27, 2017
Notification of Acceptance: March 29, 2017
Camera-Ready Papers Due: April 26, 2017

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Call for Papers: WIAMIS 2013: The 14th International Workshop on Image and Audio Analysis for Multimedia Interactive Services

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

– Multimedia content analysis and understanding
– Content-based browsing, indexing and retrieval of images, video and audio
– Advanced descriptors and similarity metrics for multimedia
– Audio and music analysis, and machine listening
– Audio-driven multimedia content analysis
– 2D/3D feature extraction
– Motion analysis and tracking
– Multi-modal analysis for event recognition
– Human activity/action/gesture recognition
– Video/audio-based human behavior analysis
– Emotion-based content classification and organization
– Segmentation and reconstruction of objects in 2D/3D image sequences
– 3D data processing and visualization
– Content summarization and personalization strategies
– Semantic web and social networks
– Advanced interfaces for content analysis and relevance feedback
– Content-based copy detection
– Analysis and tools for content adaptation
– Analysis for coding efficiency and increased error resilience
– Multimedia analysis hardware and middleware
– End-to-end quality of service support
– Multimedia analysis for new and emerging applications
– Advanced multimedia applications

Important dates:

– Proposal for Special Sessions: 4th January 2013
– Notification of Special Sessions Acceptance: 11th January 2013
– Paper Submission: 8th March 2013
– Notification of Papers Acceptance: 3rd May 2013
– Camera-ready Papers: 24th May 2013

See http://wiamis2013.wp.mines-telecom.fr/ for more information.

Workshop on Semantic Multimedia Database Technologies (SeMuDaTe 2009)

The workshop is collocated with the 4th International Conference on Semantic and Digital Media Technologies SAMT2009 in Graz, Austria – Dec 2-4, 2009.

Ontology-based systems have been developed to structure content and support knowledge retrieval and management. Semantic multimedia data processing and indexing in ontology- based systems is usually done in several steps. One starts by enriching multimedia metadata with additional semantic information possibly obtained by methods for bridging the semantic gap. Then, in order to structure data, a localized and domain specific ontology becomes necessary since the data has to be interpreted domain-specifically. The annotations are stored in an ontology management system where they are kept for further processing. In this scope, Semantic Database Technologies are now applied to ensure reliable and secure access, efficient search, and effective storage and distribution for both multimedia metadata and data. Their services can be used to adapt multimedia to a given context based on multimedia metadata or even ontology information. Services automate cumbersome multimedia processing steps and enable ubiquitous intelligent adaptation. Both, database and automation support facilitate the ubiquitous use of multimedia in advanced applications.

Topics of interest are how multimedia metadata standards and multimedia ontologies are mapped or integrated into databases, how multimedia query languages are built, and how semantic queries are optimized and processed. Moreover, we are interested how multimedia data services are conceived to ensure interoperability, how to improve security and reliability of access and storage of multimedia data and metadata. Adaptation of multimedia, semantic enrichment of multimedia and bridging of media breaks are typical examples of advanced multimedia database services.

The workshop proceedings will be published as a volume at CEUR Workshop Proceedings. Selected papers will appear in a special issue of a journal. Previous editions of the workshop have selected for instance journals from the Springer Verlag.

via Workshop on Semantic Multimedia Database Technologies SeMuDaTe 2009.

ACM SIGMM 1st International Workshop on Social Media (WSM2009)

in conjunction with ACM Multimedia 2009, Oct. 19-24, 2009, Beijing, P.R. China

Important dates:

Submission deadline – 5 July, 2009
Notification date – 17 July, 2009
Camera ready date – 24 July, 2009
Workshop date – 23 October, 2009


Recent years have witnessed a growing number of user-centric multimedia applications, especially with the popularity of web 2.0. Examples include Flickr, YouTube, Facebook, MySpace, Orkut, fotocommunity.com, etc. The emerging applications on social web and social networks have produced a new type of multimedia content, termed as “social media” here as it is created by people using highly accessible and scalable publishing technologies for sharing via the web. With social media, web images, videos and audios are generally accompanied by rich contextual information, such as, tag, category, title, metadata, comments, and viewer ratings, etc. Massive emerging social media data offer new opportunities for resolving the long-standing challenges in multimedia understanding, e.g., the semantic gap issue. This new media also introduces many challenging and new research problems and as well as many exciting real-world applications (e.g. social image search, social group recommendation, etc.). This workshop solicits novel contributions on various aspects of social media research. Workshop papers will elaborate related theory, methodology, algorithms and issues associated to social media content creation, manipulation, content analysis, storage, search, learning, and mining.

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Call for Papers: New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia

New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia 2009(3) / 2010 (1)

Deadline for paper submission 7th September 2009

From the original CfP:

We invite papers for forthcoming issues of NRHM on the following topics and related issues:
– Conceptual basis of hypertext systems
cognitive aspects,
design strategies

– Intelligent and adaptive hypermedia
personalisation, adaptation,
knowledge organisation systems / services, semantic web, Web 2.0

– Multimedia issues
time and synchronisation,
link dynamics, link metrics,
multimedia authoring,
content-based retrieval

– Interaction
navigation and browsing; search systems,
studies of information seeking and navigation behaviour, testing and evaluation
user interfaces, experience design, multi-modal interaction

– Tools for hypermedia
(automatic) authoring systems

– Applications
literary and creative hypermedia, social networking,
physical hypermedia, virtual environments,
applications in commerce, digital libraries, e-learning, e-Government, the professions, etc.

The New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia (NRHM) is published by Taylor & Francis and appears in both print and digital formats. For more details and indicative topics, see the journal website: http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/nrhm

Submissions may take the form of research papers or shorter technical notes and should be submitted electronically at the Journal’s Manuscript Central site http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/tham

Informal enquiries may be sent to the Editors:
Editor: Doug Tudhope (dstudhope@glam.ac.uk)
Associate Editor: Daniel Cunliffe (djcunlif@glam.ac.uk)
Faculty of Advanced Technology, University of Glamorgan, UK