[e2e] CFP: ACM MMSys 2012
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Mon Aug 22 06:47:51 PDT 2011
ACM Multimedia Systems 2012 (MMSys 2012)
Call For Papers
February 22-24, 2012
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA
* September 19, 2011: Submission Deadline
* November 1, 2011: Notification Date
We are pleased to announce a call for papers for the 3rd ACM Multimedia Systems (MMSys) Conference to be held Feb. 22-24, 2012 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA.
MMSys 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. MMSys is your avenue for communicating research that addresses multimedia systems holistically.
Noteworthy details of MMSys 2012 include:
- MMSys full papers are up to 12 pages long.
- MMSys invites you to share your datasets with the research community and publish a description of the dataset's features itself.
- Keynote speakers at MMSys 2012 will be Deepak S. Turaga (IBM) and Leonidas Kontothanassis (Google).
- A journal special issue is planned for papers that focus on multimedia systems aspects that are particularly relevant for MPEG DASH.
- The Mobile Video Workshop (MoVid) becomes a regular workshop of MMSys. You can find 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 (separate October deadline)
Full, short and dataset papers will be presented in single track sessions.
*** Topics of interest ***
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
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