CFP: ACM Conference on Multimedia Information Retrieval

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Call for Papers - ACM MIR2008

ACM International Conference on Multimedia Information Retrieval

October 30-31, 2008, Vancouver, Canada
colocated with ACM Multimedia

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- June 20, 2008: Submission of full paper
- July 14, 2008: Notification of acceptance
- July 20, 2008: Camera-ready full paper
- October 30-31, 2008: Conference


- Prof. Thomas S. Huang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


The ACM International Conference on Multimedia Information Retrieval 
is a premier scientific meeting for discussing the latest advances 
in the area of multimedia retrieval. All papers in the main track 
must be high quality original papers which address important issues 
in multimedia exploration, summarization and retrieval including, 
but not limited to:

- Exploration of media archives - browsing, experiential computing

- Interfaces for multimedia exploration, visualization, query and retrieval

- Indexing and search of multimedia data: images, video, audio, multi-modal systems

- Digital life experience analysis and retrieval - life logs, digital immortality, life bits

- Video surveillance browsing and retrieval, object detection and recognition, archiving

- Learning and relevance feedback in multimedia retrieval

- Applications - WWW searching, trademarks, scientific and medical media, etc.

Double-blind full papers should be submitted using the 
paper submission web system at

(preferably 6-8 pages in the ACM Conference style in English).

All papers will be peer-reviewed.  


General Chair: Michael Lew (Leiden University)

Program Co-Chairs: Alberto del Bimbo (University of Florence), Erwin Bakker (Leiden University)

Brave New Topics Chair: Mark Zhang (SUNY Binghamton)

Publicity Chair: Mark Huiskes (Leiden University)

Asian Liaison: Kiyo Aizawa (University of Tokyo)



ACM SIG Multimedia

Getty Images

LIACS Media Lab, Leiden University

Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO)
under FOCUS/BRICKS grant number 642.066.603 

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