同学们,踊跃投稿啊 – ICDM 2009 Workshop: Internet Multimedia Mining

同学们,踊跃投稿啊, 顶啊,帮忙宣传一下啦 

 

 

1st International Workshop on Internet Multimedia Mining
(with dataset support)

In conjunction with IEEE International Conference on Data Mining 2009

December 6 2009, Miami, Florida, USA

 

Aims and scope

 

With the explosion of video and image data available on the Internet, online multimedia applications become more and more important. Moreover, mining semantics and other useful information from large-scale Internet multimedia data to facilitate online and local multimedia content analysis, search and other related applications has also gained more and more attention from both academia and industry. On the one hand, the rapid increase of online multimedia data brings new challenges to multimedia content analysis, multimedia retrieval and related multimedia applications, especially in scalability. Both computation cost and performance of many existing techniques are far from satisfactory. On the other hand, Internet also provides us with new opportunities to attack these challenges as well as conventional problems encountered in multimedia mining, content analysis, image/video understanding and computer vision. That is, the massive associated metadata, context and social information available on the Internet, as well as the massive grassroots Internet users, are invaluable resources that can be leveraged to solve the aforementioned difficulties.

 

Recently more and more researchers are realizing both the challenges and the opportunities for multimedia research brought by the Internet. This workshop aims at bringing together high-quality and novel research works on "Internet Multimedia Mining".

 

One of the major obstacles of "Internet Multimedia Mining" research is the difficulty in  forming a "good" dataset for algorithm developing, system prototyping and performance evaluation. Together with this workshop, we release a benchmark dataset, which is based on real Internet multimedia data and real Internet multimedia search engines. Submissions to this workshop are encouraged to use this dataset, but papers/demos working on other Internet-based datasets are also welcome.
 

MSRA Multimedia Dataset

 

MSRA-MM Version 1 dataset is ready for shipping. Detailed information about the dataset can be find here. Please contact the dataset chair (Meng Wang) to request the data.

 

MSRA-MM Version 2 dataset (10 times larger with more metadata) will be ready around June 15. Please submit your request to the dataset chair.
 

Please be noted that using these datasets is NOT mandatory. Papers/demos working on other Internet-based datasets are also welcome.

Topics of Interest

 

Topics of interest for this workshop include, but are not limited to:

  • Internet video/image/audio annotation, classification, tagging, search ranking and reranking by combining textual description and video/image content.

  • General video/image/audio annotation, classification, tagging, search ranking and reranking by exploiting Internet data and/or users. Approaches which can handle large-scale data/users are more preferred.

  • Video/image/audio processing and analyses using Internet data as a knowledge base.

  • Social media processing, such as online media authoring and sharing, tag recommendation, tag filtering, tag ranking, and search ranking based on image/video/audio social context.

  • Knowledge mining from Internet multimedia data, such as mining semantic distance of keywords or images, mining video/image/audio copy relationships (e.g., given a video/image/audio, to find all videos/images on the Internet that have the same content with the video/image, either entirely or partially), mining trends of multimedia consuming/sharing, mining knowledge (for example, "photo encyclopedia"", from massive amount of multimedia content on the Internet, etc.

  • Web-scale content-based multimedia retrieval (for example, approaches based on large-scale high-dimensional feature indexing).

  • Other online multimedia mining applications, such as multimedia advertising, multimedia recommendation, as well as location/GPS/geography-enabled multimedia, multimedia sensor network over the Internet, etc.

 

Paper Submission

We accept two forms of submissions: regular full papers and demonstrations. Regular submissions for this workshop are required to use the same format as regular ICDM long papers (a maximum of 10 pages in the IEEE 2-column format). And demonstration submission requires a 1- or 2-page demo description. We especially encourage long-paper authors to submit a demo also. All submissions will be peer-reviewed by at least 3 members of the program committee. Extended version of selected papers will be invited to submit to a special issue of a top journal in data mining or multimedia area.

 

Paper submission entrance

 

 CMT Conference System

 

Awards

 

The workshop will present two awards: a best paper award and a best demonstration award, judged by a separate awards committee.

 

Important Dates

  • August 8 Submission of full paper

  • August 29 Submission of demo paper

  • September 8 Notification of Acceptance

  • September 28 Camera-Ready Paper Due

  • December 6 Workshop

 Workshop Co-Chairs
   
     Xian-Sheng Hua, Microsoft Research Asia, China
        Cees G.M. Snoek, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
        Zhi-Hua Zhou, Nanjing University, China

Dataset Chair
 
    Meng Wang, Microsoft Research Asia, China

 

Program Committee
        Shih-Fu Chang, Columbia University, USA

        Lingyu Duan, Peking University, China

        Alan Hanjalic, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands

        Winston Hsu, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

        Yiannis Kompatsiaris, Informatics and Telematics Institute, Greece

        Shipeng Li, Microsoft Research Asia, China

        Zhu Li, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

        Jiebo Luo, Kodak Research, China

        Stéphane Marchand-Maillet, University of Geneva, Switzerland

        Chong-Wah Ngo, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

        Shin’ichi Satoh, National Institute of Informatics, Japan

        Nicu Sebe, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands

        Dacheng Tao, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

        Marcel Worring, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands

        Changsheng Xu, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

        Zhongfei Zhang, Binghamton University, USA

       

        (To be completed)

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3 Responses to 同学们,踊跃投稿啊 – ICDM 2009 Workshop: Internet Multimedia Mining

  1. 正军 says:

    Mentor,你最近咋这么多CFP啊

  2. Jinlian says:

    支持^_^

  3. Bonan says:

    这个要顶,而且还是miami呀~

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