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Nuno Correia <[log in to unmask]>
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Nuno Correia <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 19 May 1999 11:59:48 +0100
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*** Paper Submission Deadline Extended to May 31, 1999 ***

     Please accept our apologies if you receive this Call more than once.

                                EG MULTIMEDIA'99
           >> 5th Eurographics International Workshop on Multimedia <<
            Media Convergence: Models, Technologies and Applications
                      Milan, Italy   September 7-8, 1999

                              LAST CALL FOR PAPERS
Aims and Scope
EG Multimedia'99 is a follow up of the Eurographics Workshop on Multimedia
held in Rostock in May 1996, and it continues a series of four successful
international Eurographics workshops on the field. It will cover technological
areas of media production, processing and delivery. Special focus will be
placed on issues related to media convergence. These include approaches to
and proposed standards for the integration of TV and the Web, as well as
image and sound content analysis, image and sound processing, paradigms and
metaphors for multimedia authoring and display. Multimedia content
authentication, security and e-commerce are also relevant to this workshop.
Authors are invited to submit technical papers in these or related areas.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Audio/Image/Video Processing                  Content Analysis
Multimedia Databases and Search Engines       Content Based Retrieval
Multimedia Information Retrieval on the Web   Media Web Servers and Services
E-Commerce and Security of Digital Content    Delivery of Multimedia Data
Media Convergence: TV and the Web             Media Integration
Multimedia Document Metaphors                 Authoring Paradigms
Distributed Interaction Architectures         Browsing Paradigms
Applications, including Entertainment and Education

Submission Procedure (all submissions are electronic)
Authors are requested to submit papers, no longer than 10 pages. Papers should
be submitted by e-mail to [log in to unmask] We will accept papers
in PostScript or PDF formats. Selection will be based upon technical and
scientific content and relevance to the workshop. A Springer-Verlag book with
all the accepted papers is planned.

Workshop Format
The workshop will take place just before the Eurographics'99 Conference,
at the same location. As such, it will provide an important opportunity to
researchers planning to attend/present at either event, to spend more time
exploring topics of common interest. The workshop will be held in two days,
with paper presentation and discussion sessions, at Settore Didattico,
Universita degli Studi di Milano, Milan, Italy. Detailed information about
Milan, travelling and accommodation can be found at the Eurographics'99 Web

Important Dates
1999, May 31                Submission deadline (Extended)
1999, July 5                Notification of acceptance
1999, July 26               Deadline for camera ready copies
1999, September 7-8         Workshop

Workshop Chairs
Nuno Correia, FCT/UNL, Portugal
Teresa Chambel, FC/UL, Portugal

Program Chair
Glorianna Davenport, MIT Media Lab, USA

International Program Committee
Betty Collis, University of Twente, The Netherlands
Bodo Urban, FhG-IGD, Germany
David De Roure, University of Southampton, UK
David Duce, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK
Edward Fox, Virginia Tech, USA
Farshid Arman, Informix Software, USA
Gunnar Liestol, University of Oslo, Norway
Hong Jiang Zhang, HP, USA
Joaquim Jorge, IST/INESC, Portugal
John F. Buford, GTE Labs, USA
Jonatas Manzolli, UNICAMP, Brazil
Lynda Hardman, CWI, The Netherlands
Marc Davis,, USA
Mario Rui Gomes, IST/INESC, Portugal
Nuno Guimaraes, FC/UL, Portugal
Peter Scott, Open University, UK
Philipp Hoschka, W3C, France
Pietro Marchisio, CSELT, Italy
Rainer Lienhart, Intel Corp., USA
Ryohei Nakatsu, ATR, Japan
Scott Watson, Disney, USA
V. Michael Bove, MIT Media Lab, USA
Wolfgang Herzner, Research Centre Seibersdorf,  Austria

For more information, please contact [log in to unmask]