Friday, March 19, 2010

ACM Multimedia 2010 Topics

Topics of ACM Multimedia 2010 tracks include but are not limited to:
Multimedia Systems track
Networks and System support
  • Multimedia Networking
  • Multimedia Operating Systems
  • Multimedia Databases and Digital Libraries
  • Real-Time Support For Multimedia
  • Networked GPUs, graphics, and virtual environments
  • Networked games, real-time immersive systems
  • Systems support for Web 2.0 and social networks
  • Media sensor and ad hoc networks, embedded systems
  • Multimedia communications
  • Multimedia security and content protection
Streaming and Multicasting Techniques
  • Multimedia distribution
  • Media streaming, distribution and storage support
  • 3D and Multiview Streaming
  • Overlay Systems and Peer-to-Peer Architectures
  • End-to-end quality of service support for Universal Multimedia Access
  • Large-Scale Architectures
  • Cloud-based Multimedia Processing
  • Multi-core Support for Multimedia
  • Wireless and mobile multimedia systems
  • Network processor support
Content track
Retrieval and mining
  • Content-based retrieval from Audio, Image, Video and 3D digital libraries
  • Multimedia Data Mining
  • Audio/Image/Video Segmentation
  • Multimedia Concept Detection and Annotation
  • Video analysis and event/behaviors recognition
  • Content indexing
  • Retrieval in large digital libraries
  • Advanced descriptors and similarity metrics for audio, visual and 3D data
Content representation
  • Feature Extraction and Representation
  • Machine Learning, Context, and Knowledge Modeling
  • Multimedia Metadata Extraction
  • Multimedia standards and related issues
  • Semantic mapping and ontologies
Content exploitation
  • Multi-Modal Fusion and Processing
  • Content-based copy detection
  • Multimedia content adaptation tools, transcoding and transmoding
  • Multimedia and Social Networks
Application track
Context-based and mobile
  • Context-based multimedia applications
  • Ubiquitous/Pervasive multimedia applications
  • Mobile multimedia applications
  • Location-based multimedia applications
Applications of Multimedia technologies
  • Semantic web and social networks
  • Digital TV
  • Interactive games
  • Surveillance and identity checking
  • Sensor networks with Multimedia processing
  • Tools for Multimedia supported collaboration and conferencing
  • Rich media enabled E-commerce, training, learning
  • Social networking Multimedia applications
  • Artistic works exploiting Multimedia technologies
  • Access and management of large digital libraries
Specialized tools
  • 3D virtual environments and tele-presence
  • Tools for Multimedia authoring, editing, and sharing
  • Multimedia signal processing applications
  • Visualization and browsing of Multimedia data
Human Computer Interaction track
Advanced interaction systems
  • Natural language and speech–based interactivity
  • Gesture and handwriting interactivity
  • Haptic technology and interaction
  • Modeling of user behaviors
  • User-adaptivity in interactive systems
  • Interaction technologies for mobile devices
  • Context-aware interaction
  • Interaction technologies for large wall-size displays
  • Multi-touch interfaces and technologies
  • Natural interaction and smart environments
  • Immersive environments
  • Web-based social interaction
  • Solutions for collaboration in multiuser environments
Presentation tools
  • Interaction metaphors and techniques for management of digital media
  • Interaction metaphors and techniques for the analysis of multimedia content
  • Interactive visualization of multimedia data
Interfaces and design methodologies
  • Affective and aestethic interfaces
  • Proactive user interaction
  • Solutions for personalization of system interactivity
  • Solutions for generation of multimedia presentations
  • Solutions for social Multimedia interactivity
  • Solutions for extensive interactivity with mobile devices
  • User studies and evaluations of interactive multimedia systems and applications
  • Contributions from psychology, cognitive science and sociology to improve knowledge in Multimedia

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