IEEE Signal Processing Society
2001 Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing
October 3-5, 2001, Cannes, FRANCE
Call for Papers
Prospective authors are invited to submit full papers of no more than 6
pages in camera-ready form. Accepted papers will be published in the Workshop
Proceedings (paper and CD-ROM) and will be distributed at the workshop.
Papers are solicited for, but not limited to, the following general
Multimedia Processing: Compression for Multimedia (Audio, Video,
Speech, etc.), Integration of Media, Joint Audio-Video Processing.
Multimedia Databases: Watermarking, Indexing, Retrieval and Archiving,
Authoring and Editing, Digital Library, Content Preparation and Presentation.
Multimedia System Design and Implementation: Parallel Architecture,
ASIC Design, Software and Hardware Design, System Integration, Signal Acquisition.
Multimodal Human-Machine Interface and Perception: Content Recognition/Analysis/Synthesis,
Speech Recognition and Synthesis, Audio/Music Signal Processing and Synthesis,
Multimodal Interaction (Speech, Image, and Video), Audiovisual Perception
Quality and Human Factors, Agents, Avatars and Talking Heads.
Multimedia Networking and Communications: Equalization and Synchronization,
Transport Protocols, QoS Control, Error Concealment and Loss Recovery,
Rate Control and Hierarchical Coding, Wireless Communication.
Multimedia Applications: WWW and Hypermedia, Videoconferencing and
Collaboration Environments, Education and Distant Learning, Telemedicine,
Home-shopping, Gaming and Virtual Reality, SDTV, HDTV, SHDTV and Video
Standards and Related Issues: ITU-T Standards for Audiovisual Communication,
MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, MPEG-7, MHEG, DAVIC, ATM Forum, HTML, VRML, and
others. Compressed Domain Processing.
| Full paper submission received
||March 23, 2001
| Notification of acceptance:
||May 25, 2001
| Revised camera-ready papers
||July 2, 2001
| Advanced registration before:
||August 13, 2001
Prospective authors are strongly encouraged to submit complete papers using
the camera-ready format
(single-spaced text in 10 pt Times Roman, no longer than six pages including
figures and references).
The top of the first page should include a title, authors names, affiliations,
address, telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail address.
The electronic submission (required) must be in either pdf
or Postscript file format.
If you cannot submit your paper electronically, please send an email to
email@example.com for further instructions.
Prospective authors are invited to submit proposals for demonstrations.
Please contact the Demo Sessions Chair by April 28, 2001.
|Technical Demo - Submission Guidelines:
Christine Guillemot, Christine.Guillemot@irisa.fr
Please contact the Special Sessions and Tutorials Chair by January 27,
|Tutorials and Special Sessions:
Ahmed H. TEWFIK, firstname.lastname@example.org
Related links to previous MMSP workshops and other announcements
of the IEEE Multimedia Signal Processing Technical Committee can be found
Requests regarding the MMSP'01 should go to the technical co-chairs:
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