CfP: ACM MIR2008

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, ulti-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 - world wide web searching, preserving cultural heritage, trademark search, data mining, person identification, scientific media, bio-computing and medical multimedia mining/indexing. Brave New Topics Session - pioneering new theories or applications in MIR. Here we emphasize "brave", presumably something that is either unprecedented or looked impossible at the beginning but turns out to be a great idea.

Vancouver, Canada

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E-Mail: mir@liacs.nl

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