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"Vernick, Michael David (Michael)" <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 19 Jan 2004 12:48:28 -0500
"Vernick, Michael David (Michael)" <[log in to unmask]>
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Greetings from the ACM Multimedia committee.  We wish to thank everyone
who contributed and attended to last years conference in Berkeley.
With a paper acceptance rate of less than 20%, the conference's
technical program was extremely strong.

It's now time to prepare for Multimedia 2004 to be held in New York
City next October; the enclosed CFP outlines the details.  There will
be several new exciting additions to the conference. The Brave New
Topics session will extend the boundaries of multimedia research, and
an Art Exhibit will showcase the boundaries between Art and

!! The submission deadlines for panels, workshops, and brave new topics,
January 31st!!

Please pass the CFP on to any interested colleagues.


ACM Multimedia 2004
October 10-15, New York, NY USA    ** NEW **

Present at Multimedia 2004 and help define the future of multimedia!

ACM Multimedia 2004 invites your participation in the premier annual
multimedia conference, covering all aspects of multimedia computing:
from underlying technologies to applications, theory to practice, and
servers to networks to devices. We especially encourage introduction
of novel media such as haptic, smell, sensors, animation, etc.

Technical Program

The technical program will consist of plenary sessions and talks with
topics of interest in:

* Multimedia analysis, processing, and retrieval, including multimedia
  semantics, aesthetics, modeling, fusion, audio/video/multi-modal
  processing, multimedia content description and indexing, multimedia
  digital rights management (protection and attribution),
  content-based retrieval with emphasis on multiple and novel media.

* Multimedia networking and system support, including context-aware
  multimedia communications, Internet telephony, peer-to-peer
  streaming, audio/video streaming, multimedia content distribution,
  wireless multimedia, adaptive support for scalable media, Internet
  protocols, multimedia servers, operating systems, middleware and

* Multimedia tools, end-systems, and applications, including new UI
  metaphors, usable distributed collaboration, authoring, multi-modal
  interaction and integration, multimedia in e-learning,
  entertainment, personal media, assisted living, and virtual

We particularly encourage submissions in new and emerging areas.
Awards will be given to the best paper and the best student paper. In
order to encourage sharing of implementations, this year will also
initiate awards for best demo, best art exhibit and the best
contributed open-source software.

Panels will consist of discussions on timely and controversial topics.

Short papers will be presented in poster format and are an opportunity
for researchers to present new work and ideas in an interactive

State-of-the-Art Tutorials by leading experts will precede the
technical program. The full- and half-day offerings will span a wide
variety of topics.

Brave New Topics is a special sessions track containing papers, which
extend the boundaries of multimedia research.

Technical Demonstrations will include leading edge work in every area
of multimedia technology and its application. An award will be given
to the best technical demo.

An Art Exhibit will include creative interactive multimedia
demonstrations and applications.

Video Demonstrations allow researchers and artists to demonstrate
their tool, system or application without having to bring the
equipment for a "live" demo.

Day-long Workshops on topics of great current interest to members of
the multimedia research community will precede the technical program.

The Doctoral Symposium is a venue for doctoral students to present
their research and receive feedback from members of the multimedia
research field.

Important Dates

January 31, 2004     Panels, workshops, brave new topics, submission
April 5, 2004        Full papers submission deadline
June  1, 2004        Tutorials submission deadline
June  1, 2004        Demos, posters, software, art exhibition, video
                     doctoral symposium submission deadline
July  1, 2004        Notification of acceptance for full papers
July 20, 2004        Camera-ready papers due

General Co-Chairs

Henning Schulzrinne, Columbia University
Nevenka Dimitrova, Philips Research

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