[Keynote Slides Available Online] The keynote speakers have kindly agreed to share the slides. Many thanks! Please go to the keynote page for the slides and the video links.
[On-going Work Registration Available]On-going work paper registration is now available.Please visit registration page for more information.
[Online Registration Available] The online registration for MMSP 2012 is available now, and the author registration deadline is July 10, 2012. If you need an official invitation letter, please visit the visa information page.
[Author Notification Email, June 1] The author notification emails have been sent out on May 31. if you did not receive the email or have any questions regarding the decision of your paper, please contact the technical program chairs. Please kindly note that camera-ready papers must be submitted to the MMSP 2012 website before June 25, 2012. Each accepted paper must have at least one author registered at the full registration rate before July 10, 2012. Failure to do so will result in removal of the paper from the technical program. Information of the full technical program and registration will be available on the website soon. We look forward to welcoming you to Banff!
[Call for Ongoing Work:] A new initiative in MMSP 2012 is the On-going Work Track, which aims to
present research that is of interest to the general multimedia signal processing community but immature to warrant a full paper.
Authors are invited to submit a 2-page description of new research ideas and on-going projects from all areas related to multimedia signal processing to MMSP 2012. For details, please review our call-for-ongoing-work.
MMSP 2012 is the 14th international workshop on multimedia signal processing. The workshop is organized by the Multimedia Signal Processing Technical Committee of the IEEE Signal Processing Society. The focus theme for this workshop is media-sharing social networks. MMSP 2012 aims to bring researchers from different areas (signal processing, information management, computer sciences, and psycho-sociology) together to explore the impact of multimodal signal and information processing for the emerging research field of media-sharing social networks, and ultimately to design multimedia systems with more efficient, secure, context-aware, and personalized services.
Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to the following topics, covering the general scope of multimedia signal processing:
- Behaviour dynamics, social intelligence and social cognition
- Behaviour modelling and analysis in social networks
- Trust and belief in social contexts
- Securing mechanisms and privacy in social networks
- Cognitive modelling, machine learning/understanding
- Multimedia Systems and Emerging Applications
- Social media networks
- Virtual classroom and distance learning
- E-Health and telemedicine
- Mobile, sensor, or human networks
- Human computer interaction
- Multimedia hardware and software
- Multimedia Signal Processing
- Multimedia communications and networking
- Multimedia database and digital libraries: multimedia indexing and retrieval, multimedia representation and search
- Multimedia content analysis
- Multimedia security and forensics
- Multimedia interaction
- Virtual reality and 3D imaging
|Proposals for Special Sessions:||February 1 2012|
|Regular and Special Session Papers Submission:||March 15 2012 March 30 2012|
|Proposals for Overviews and Panels:||April 30 2012|
|Author notification:||May 25 2012 May 31 2012|
|Camera-ready paper submission:||June 25 2012|
|Author registration:||July 10 2012|
Top 10% Paper Award
This award is granted to as many as 10% of the total paper submissions, and is open to all accepted papers. Papers will be evaluated based on originality, technical contribution, and presentation quality during the workshop.
On-going Work Track
Authors are invited to submit a 2-page 2 to 4 pages description of new research ideas and on-going projects from all areas related to multimedia signal processing to MMSP 2012. The On-going Work Track aims to present research that is not mature enough to warrant a full paper but which would be of interest to the general community. Accepted papers will be presented as posters and included in the digital media of the workshop.
|On-going Work Paper Submission:||June 30 2012|
|Author Notification:||July 31 2012|