[image 01601] CFP: Int WS on Attractiveness Computing in Multimedia (ACM2016) in conjunction of BigMM2016

Ichiro IDE ide @ is.nagoya-u.ac.jp
2015年 12月 25日 (金) 13:40:59 JST

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Int Workshop on Attractiveness Computing in Multimedia (ACM2016)
  in conjunction of BigMM2016 (http://bigmm2016.asia.edu.tw)

- Submission deadline:                        Jan. 15th, 2016
- Notification of Paper Acceptance:           Feb.  5th, 2016
- Camera-Ready Submission of Accepted Papers: Feb. 14th, 2016

As the advancement of social platform, media capturing devices, and
media processing tools, large volumes of user-generated content or
professionally edited content are shared and disseminated on the
Web. Internet users can browse, comment, edit, and sometimes
creatively re-compose this content to generate new media, giving new
insights or interesting applications. A fundamental question,
therefore, arises. Why are we attracted to multimedia content and
services? How can we make our multimedia content and services more
attractive? Massive multimedia data shared on social media platforms
apparently raise multimedia research challenges and opportunities;
however, few research efforts have been put on these interesting and
challenging topics.

Topics of ACM include, but are not limit to anlaysis and applications
of the following areas are solicited:

- Creation: content synthesis and collaboration; creation of novel
  attractive content.
- Editing: content authoring, composition, summarization, and
  presentation; multimodality integration.
- Indexing and retrieval: novel features and structure to index
  multimedia by its attractiveness score; retrieval interface and
  model; socially-aware analysis.
- Methodology: machine learning for multimedia artworks;
  classification and pattern recognition; generic model and heuristics
  in analysis.
- Interaction: interaction on various devices; user in the loop of
  computation; human factors in attractiveness.
- Actuation: navigation; recommendation.
- Evaluation: dataset development; evaluation of systems; design of
  user study; limitation of the state-of-the-art.
- Novel applications: novel application scenarios; development of
  novel challenges and perspectives.

ACM 2016 welcomes submissions of papers no longer than 8 pages
(inclusive of all figures, references and appendices). All submissions
must be written in English and must be formatted according to
BigMM. They must contain no information identifying the author(s) or
their organization(s). Reviews will be double-blind. Papers will be
judged on their relevance, technical content and correctness, and the
clarity of presentation of the research.
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