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                              MPIS 2009
               The Second International Workshop on
   Multimedia, Information Privacy and Intelligent Computing Systems

                        in conjunction with
              The Second International Conference on
         Computer Science and its Applications (CSA 2009)

             Jeju Island, Korea, December 10-12, 2009

                           IMPORTANT DATES

              Submission Deadline: July 20, 2009
              Notification       : August 20, 2009
              Camera Ready Due   : September 10, 2009
              Workshop Date      : December 10-12, 2009



Multimedia technologies and intelligent computing are emerging rapidly as
an exciting paradigm including multimedia signal processing, information
hiding, evolutionary computing such as neural network and fuzzy theory to
enable the process of creating applications of intelligent computing in
multimedia for various domains.

This workshop on Multimedia, Information Privacy and Intelligent Computing
Systems is intended to foster the dissemination of state-of-the-art
research in the area of multimedia and intelligent computing including
multimedia signal processing, information security, soft computing such as
neural network, fuzzy theory and genetic algorithm, and novel applications
of intelligent computing in multimedia. As a follow-up to the workshop, we
plan to publish high quality papers, covering the various theories and
practical applications related to multimedia and intelligent computing.

The published papers are expected to present high level results to solve
the application services and various problems in the multimedia and
intelligent computing fields. In addition, we expect they will trigger
further related research and technological improvements of the multimedia
and intelligent computing.

The goal of the workshop is to bring together researchers from academia
and industry as well as practitioners to share ideas, problems, and
solutions relating to the multifaceted aspects of Information Technology
as related to multimedia and the applications of intelligent computing in


With regard to the papers submitted to MPIS-2009, all accepted papers will
be included in the conference proceedings published by IEEE
(indexed by EI) - approval pending.

Authors should submit full paper with 8 pages, regular paper with 6 pages,
and short paper with 4 pages in length by using online systems for review.
Please use the IEEE CS Proceedings format (MS-WORD or LaTeX).


Submission Deadline: July 20, 2009
Notification       : August 20, 2009
Camera Ready Due   : September 10, 2009
Workshop Dates     : December 10-12, 2009


We invite new and original submissions addressing theoretical and
practical topics in information technology and intelligent computing
fields including (but not limited to these topics):

- Multimedia Signal Processing

  o Multimedia source coding and channel coding
  o Multimedia signal analysis and visualization
  o Multimedia signal mining and data fusion
  o Multimedia/multimodal signals interpretation and automatic recognition
  o Multimedia databases and retrievals
  o Multimedia hyperlink techniques and applications
  o Advances in multimedia content description interface (e.g. MPEG-7)
  o Advances in multimedia framework: (e.g. MPEG-21)
  o Advances in multimedia framework: (e.g. MPEG-21)
  o Systems engineering and development for multimedia systems
  o Enabling technologies and emerging standards for multimedia applications

- Information Privacy and Security Applications

  o Data/image authentication issues and access control themes
  o Watermarking: techniques, attacks, protocols, applications
  o Steganography and steganalysis: techniques, protocols, applications
  o Cryptography and cryptanalysis: techniques, protocols, applications
  o Visual cryptography
  o Forensic analysis and tracing traitors
  o Digital rights management and legal aspect
  o RFID security and home network privacy
  o Platform integrity and trusted computing
  o Systems engineering and development for imaging hiding & security
  o VLSI/ASIC/FPGA/SOC design and implementation for
    information hiding & security
  o Enabling technologies and emerging standards for
    information hiding & security

- Intelligent Computing

  o Web-based intelligence monitoring and analysis
  o Artificial neural networks for multimedia processing:
    models, learning paradigms, architectures, and implementations
  o Fuzzy systems and evolutionary computing for
    intelligent multimedia processing
  o Intelligence-related knowledge discovery
  o Applications of digital library technologies in intelligence
    data processing, preservation, sharing, and analysis
  o Agents and collaborative systems for intelligence sharing
  o Information sharing policy and governance
  o Intelligence-computerized community security and surveillance system


Every submitted paper will be carefully reviewed by at least two members
of the International Program Committee.


Distinguished selected papers accepted and presented in MPIS-2009, after
further revisions, will be published in the Special Issue "Multimedia
Security, Privacy, and Applications in Information Computing Systems" AT
The Computer Journal (indexed by SCI).