Tuesday, September 10, 2013

ACM International Conference on Multimedia Retrieval

ACM International Conference on Multimedia Retrieval (ICMR) Glasgow, UK, 1st - 4th April 2014

Important dates

* October 15, 2013 – Special Session Proposals

* November 1, 2013 – Special session Selection

* December 2, 2013 – Paper Submission

* January 15, 2014 – Industrial Exhibits and multimedia Retrieval

The Annual ACM International Conference on Multimedia Retrieval (ICMR) offers a great opportunity for exchanging leading-edge multimedia retrieval ideas among researchers, practitioners and other potential users of multimedia retrieval systems. ICMR 2014 is seeking original high quality submissions addressing innovative research in the broad field of multimedia retrieval. We wish to highlight significant contributions addressing the main problem of search and retrieval but also the related and equally important issues of multimedia content management, user interaction, and community-based management. The conference will be held in Glasgow during 1-5 April 2014.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

* Content- and context-based indexing, search and retrieval of images and video

* Multimedia content search and browsing on the Web

* Advanced descriptors and similarity metrics for audio, image, video and 3D data

* Multimedia content analysis and understanding

* Semantic retrieval of visual content

* Learning and relevance feedback in media retrieval

* Query models, paradigms, and languages for multimedia retrieval

* Multimodal media search

* Human perception based multimedia retrieval

* Studies of information-seeking behavior among image/video users

* Affective/emotional interaction or interfaces for image/video retrieval

* HCI issues in multimedia retrieval

* Evaluation of multimedia retrieval systems

* High performance multimedia indexing algorithms

* Community-based multimedia content management

* Applications of Multimedia Retrieval: Medicine, Multimodal Lifelogs, Satellite Imagery, etc.

* Image/video summarization and visualization

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