Responding to several requests in the last hours, we push the deadline for MMSys 2012 full and short paper submissions to the hard and final date of October 3.
Call For Papers
Multimedia Systems 2012 (MMSys 2012)
February 22-24, 2012
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA
* October 3, 2011: Submission Deadline
* November 8, 2011: Notification Date
We are pleased to announce a call for papers for the 3rd Multimedia Systems (MMSys) Conference to be held Feb. 22-24, 2012 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA. The Multimedia Systems conference provides a forum for researchers, engineers, and scientist to present and share their latest research findings in multimedia systems. While research about specific aspects of multimedia systems is regularly published in the various proceedings and transactions of the networking, operating system, real-time system, and database communities, MMSys aims to cut across these domains in the context of multimedia data types. This provides a unique opportunity to view the intersections and interplay of the various approaches and solutions developed across these domains to deal with multimedia data types. Furthermore, MMSys provides an avenue for communicating research that addresses multimedia systems holistically.
For MMSys 2011, a Special Session on Modern Media Transport: DASH was organized. It was very successful in terms of attendance, presentations and discussions. The match of interests between special session and main conference was very satisfying, and MMT DASH will be fully integrated into the main MMSys conference from 2012. Highly appreciated program points such as the data set track of MMSys 2011 will of course also return for MMSys 2012.
You can also listen to keynotes by Deepak S. Turaga from IBM and Leonidas Kontothanassis from Google.
MMSys 2012 will also host the Mobile Video Workshop (MoVid), which has its own web pages at http://www.eecs.ucf.edu/movid/
*** Submissions ***
* Full papers: no more than 12 pages
* Short papers: no more than 6 pages
* Dataset papers: no more than 6 pages
* Demos: no more than 6 pages
Full, short and dataset papers will be presented in single track sessions.
*** Dataset Track ***
Datasets must be available online. Submissions require a URL pointing to the dataset.
Datasets must be accompanied by a short paper, which can be up to 6 pages long. The paper should describe the format of the data collected, the methodology used to collect the dataset, and basic statistics of the dataset.
Authors of datasets accepted for publication will receive:
* Dataset hosting from MMSys for at least 5 years.
* Citable publication of the dataset description in the proceedings.
* Inclusion in a poster session at the conference.
* Discounted conference registration.
Datasets should be appropriately anonymized.
Datasets will be evaluated by the committee on the basis of the collection methodology and the value of the dataset as a resource for the research community.
*** Full and Short Paper Tracks ***
Full papers submitted can be up to 12 pages long. Short papers can be up to 6 pages long.
Authors of papers that rely upon or use an underlying dataset are encouraged to also submit the dataset to the dataset track if possible.
Generic multimedia systems topics include:
* Multimedia Systems
* Multimedia Networking
* Multimedia Operating Systems
* Multimedia Databases
* Large-Scale and Remote Display Architectures
* Real-Time Support For Multimedia
* Networked Games
* Virtual and Augmented Worlds
* Cyber-Physical Systems
* Peer-to-Peer Architectures for Streaming and Multicast
* Modeling of Multimedia Systems
* Multimedia Interfaces
* Multimedia Middleware and Toolkits
* Multimedia Programming Languages
* Cloud-based Multimedia Processing
* Multi-Core Support for Multimedia
* Mobile Multimedia Systems
* 3D and Multiview Streaming
Special DASH topics interest include:
* Adaptive, progressive DASH delivery
* Live DASH streaming
* Use of content distribution infrastructure components
* Viewer experiences from large-scale experiments and events
* Content generation for DASH-based delivery
* Measurement techniques for collecting consumption data
* Effects of adaptation on Quality-of-Experience
* Combinations of DASH with other streaming standards
* Innovative DASH-based applications
*** Demos ***
Demo submissions consist of a short paper (up to 6 pages) and a visual presentation of the demo.
Demos must be submitted as animated presentations or videos. Presentations must be viewable in Powerpoint or Acrobat reader, videos must be viewable in VLC. Demos will be evaluated based on scientific as well as engineering content, and their potential for demonstrating new or recent research results in a convincing manner.
Demos will be presented in a plenum session with a 5-minute presentation of every accepted demo.
Demonstrator can expect a table, power outlet, and wireless Internet.
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