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2nd workshop on Personalization in Future TV - Deadline extended (March
24)


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************************ CFP ***************************************

2nd International Conference on Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive Web
Based Systems
                 http://sirius.lcc.uma.es/AH2002/
                 29/5/2002 - 31/5/2002
                 Malaga, Spain


              2nd Workshop on Personalization in Future TV
                         28-5-2002
                http://www.di.unito.it/~liliana/TV02/


                        CALL FOR PAPERS


The first edition of the Personalization in Future TV workshop (TV'01)
was organized in Sonthofen, Germany, in 2001, as a forum in which
researchers from diverse areas such as machine learning,
knowledge engineering, cognitive sciences,
adaptive user interfaces, and business intelligence could share
their experiences in the design, development and exploitation of
user interfaces for future TV services.

After the success of the TV'01 workshop, which attracted the attention
of academic and industrial researchers and provided
an excellent overview of the current international work in the area
of digital TV, we propose the second edition of such event, to be held
in Malaga within the 2nd International Conference on Adaptive Hypermedia
and
Adaptive Web Based Systems.

Topics to be addressed during the workshop include, but are not limited
to:


Topics to be addressed during the workshop include, but are not limited
to:


- Position papers: new interactive services,
                social and business implications
- Applications: TV portal architectures,
                personal TV recommender systems
- Content access: architectures and algorithms for recommender systems,
               browsing and searching in locally stored content
- Adaptive presentation: adaptive hypermedia techniques for EPGs,
                EPGs for all: adaptivity to users with special needs
                adaptive provision of news, content and media fusion
- Interaction: new browsing paradigms, conversational interfaces
- Management of the user model:
                bootstrapping,
                acquisition and management of individual user profiles
- Security and privacy aspects in TV services
- Context-awareness: single user vs. multiple users,
                context detection and integration (mood, time, location,
...)
- Community formation and social influences, peer-to-peer interaction
- Personalized streaming media:
                infrastructures for interactive media
                platforms and infrastructures for personalized services
                ubiquitous computing environments
- System demonstrations



SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS:


All papers must include in the first page: the title, author's name(s),
affiliation, mailing address, phone number, e-mail, home page URL,
and abstract (not longer than 200 words) and up to five keywords.
The size of original submission is limited to 2 pages for system
demonstrations, 4 pages for position papers and 8 pages for full papers.

Accepted papers will be presented during the workshop sessions and
can be accompanied with system demonstrations.

All authors wishing to demonstrate their systems should provide their
own equipment; moreover, they should specify whether they need an
internet connection for the demo.

Papers should be prepared as PostScript or PDF files, written in Times,
11pt
and printable on A4 paper or US Letter. If possible, the papers should
be
formatted according to the guidelines used for the papers of the
main conference.
Suitable templates (LaTex2e | LaTex | Tex | MS Word (PC) | MS Word
(Mac))
can be retrieved from the LNCS Web site at the following
URL: http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html.

Electronic submission of the URL address of the paper is preferred,
although e-mail submissions of the Postscript/PDF files will be
accepted.
Send your submission to Liliana Ardissono: [log in to unmask]


WORKSHOP PROCEEDINGS:

All contributions will be made available in a Web site before the AH2002

Conference, so that people can read them in advance.
In addition, the Proceedings will be published as an informal Annex to
the main Conference Proceedings.



TIME SCHEDULE

   Submission of contributions: March 24, 2002
   Notification of acceptance: April 10, 2002
   Submission of final contributions: May 5, 2002


Program Committee

   Liliana Ardissono, University of Torino, Italy
   Fabio Bellifemine, CSELT, Italy
   Yassine Faihe, Philips Research, The Netherlands
   Judith Masthoff, University of Brighton, UK
   Mark Maybury, MITRE Corporation, USA
   Enrico Menduni, University of Siena, Italy
   Barry Smyth, ChangingWorlds Ltd., Ireland
   Yeun-Bae Kim, NHK Labs, Japan




Organizers

   Liliana Ardissono, University of Torino, Italy
   Yassine Faihe, Philips Research, The Netherlands




For more information contact

  Liliana Ardissono
  Dipartimento di Informatica - Universita` di Torino
  Corso Svizzera 185
  I-10149 Italy
  E-mail: [log in to unmask]

and

  Yassine Faihe
  Philips Research
  New Media Systems & Applications
  Prof. Holstlaan 4
  NL-5656 AA Eindhoven
  The Netherlands
  E-mail: [log in to unmask]

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