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Subject:

ACM MULTIMEDIA 94 --- CALL FOR PAPERS

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Zubin Dittia <[log in to unmask]>

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Zubin Dittia <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 7 Dec 1993 23:11:41 CST

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NOTE: Please send all your responses and/or questions to the various
      program chairs listed in this posting; I am only concerned with
      publicity for the event, so do not direct any queries to me.
      Also, please accept my apologies if you receive more than one
      copy of this posting.
      -- Zubin.
 
======================================================================
 
                      ACM MULTIMEDIA 94
                      -----------------
 
        October 15-20, 1994, San Francisco, California
 
     THE SECOND ACM INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MULTIMEDIA
 
     Sponsored by the Association for Computing Machinery
          SIGBIO, SIGBIT, SIGCHI, SIGCOMM, SIGGRAPH,
             SIGIR, SIGLINK, SIGMM, and SIGOIS
                      in cooperation with
         SIGAPP, SIGCAPH, SIGCPR, SIGMOD, SIGOPS, and
              the IEEE Communications Society.
 
             PRELIMINARY CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
 
ACM Multimedia 94 will provide an international forum for papers,
panels, courses, workshops, and exhibits focusing on the synergies
between processing and communicating information represented in
multiple media (multimedia).  Research ideas, emerging technologies,
engineering methodologies, prototype demonstrations, and experiences
should be submitted for review.
 
Technical areas for Multimedia 94 include, but are not limited to:
applications and tools; video information systems; interactive
television; collaboration environments; database and information
systems; distributed systems; operating system extensions; hardware
and architectures; networking and communication; media integration
and synchronization; image, video and audio compression techniques;
programming paradigms and environments; storage and I/O architectures;
and user interfaces.
 
PAPERS:
-------
Technical papers, preferably accompanied by electronic and videotape
software, on completed or in-progress research, innovative applica-
tions, or experience with multimedia systems are solicited.  Where
applicable, prototype demonstrations or videotape presentations are
encouraged to supplement the talks.
 
Outstanding papers on different areas of multimedia will be given
awards.  Selected papers will be forwarded to ACM/Springer-Verlag
Multimedia Systems, the Communications of the ACM (CACM), or the
IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking.
 
Submit six copies of each paper (no more than 15 double-spaced pages
including figures, tables, and references) to:
        Prof. Domenico Ferrari, Program Chair
        Computer Science Division
        EECS Department
        University of California
        Berkeley, CA 94720 USA.
        Voice: +1 510 642 3806
        Fax: +1 510 642 5775
        Email: [log in to unmask]
 
PANELS:
-------
We are soliciting proposals for panels that examine an innovative,
controversial, or otherwise provocative issue of interest to the field.
Panel proposals should include the issue to be addressed, the members
of the panel with a brief statement of their positions on the issue,
and a description of the panel format. The best panels, in our
experience, have been structured as a debate with an opportunity for
audience participation, but we are open to other stimulating ideas.
Panels consisting of a collection of short paper presentations are not
encouraged. The Panel chair is willing to work with prospective session
chairs in advance of submission to discuss panel concepts or the form
of a proposal.  Panel proposals should be at most 3 pages, and should
include a brief description of each panelist's relevant expertise.
 
Submit six copies of each panel proposal to:
        Allan Kuchinsky, Panels Co-Chair
        Hewlett-Packard Co.
        1501 Page Mill Rd. M/S 1U-17
        Palo Alto, CA 94304 USA.
        Voice: +1 415 857 7423
        Fax: +1 415 857 8526
        Email: [log in to unmask]
 
COURSES:
--------
Proposals (at most 5 pages, including biographical sketches of
instructors) for both 1/2- and 1-day tutorial courses are solicited.
Evaluation of proposals will be based on expertise and experience of
instructors, relevance of subject matter, and the use of multimedia
technology in the presentation.
 
Submit six copies of each course proposal to:
        Ephraim Glinert, Courses Chair
        Department of Computer Science and Engineering
        FR-35
        University of Washington
        Seattle, WA 98195 USA.
        Voice: +1 206 543 4305
        Fax: +1 206 543 2969
        Email: [log in to unmask]
 
WORKSHOPS:
----------
During the first two days of Multimedia 94, we would like to hold
workshops on specific areas of multimedia research and technology.
Evening sessions during the main conference (last three days) will be
held to report on the results of the workshops.  For more information,
contact:
        D. Shepherd, Workshops Chair
        Computer Center
        University of Lancaster
        Lancaster, UK LA1 4YW.
        Voice: 44-52-459-3827
        Fax: 44-52-484-4011
        Email: [log in to unmask]
 
EXHIBITS:
---------
ACM Multimedia 94 offers a unique opportunity for vendors and
researchers to exhibit and demonstrate multimedia products and research
prototypes.  For more information, contact:
        Prof. Patrick Mantey, Exhibits Chair
        Computer Engineering Department
        Applied Science Building
        University of California
        Santa Cruz, CA 95064 USA.
        Voice: +1 408 459 2158
        Fax: +1 408 459 4829
        Email: [log in to unmask]
 
DEMONSTRATIONS:
---------------
As part of ACM Multimedia 94, we plan to hold a referreed technical and
artistic demonstration program.  We solicit working systems that
demonstrate the essence of multimedia: the integration of technologies
and media (e.g., computers, television, facsimile,
communications/networking, databases, user interfaces, hypermedia,
operating systems, virtual reality, data compression, interface
hardware, publishing, etc.).  Submissions (at most 4 pages) should
consist of a description of the exhibit, demo requirements, biography,
and a single VHS video.  Electronic submission of the description is
encouraged.  Send submissions to:
        Tom Little, Demonstrations Chair
        Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
        Boston University
        44 Cummington Street
        Boston, MA 02215 USA.
        Voice: +1 617 353 9877
        Fax: +1 617 353 6440
        Email: [log in to unmask]
 
VIDEO:
------
We are solicting videos of innovative multimedia technology.  Videotape
submissions should be between 5 to 8 minutes, and should be accompanied
by a 2 page overview. We expect to show the Multimedia 94 Video Program
in a special room in the Conference Center during the conference, and
the videotape will be available for purchase.  For more information,
contact:
        Marc Brown or Dave Redell, Video Co-Chairs
        DEC Systems Research Center
        130 Lytton Ave.
        Palo Alto, CA 94301 USA.
        Voice: +1 415 853 2152 or 2131
        Fax: +1 415 853 2104
        Email: {mhb,[log in to unmask]
 
ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING:
----------------------
The proceedings of Multimedia 94 will be available both on CD-ROM and
via electronic network.  Accepted papers will be expected to be finally
provided in several formats including postscript, and authors are
strongly encouraged to provide about 2 minutes of video and also
software and other relevant information that complements the content of
the paper.  For more information, contact:
        Roy Rada, Electronic Publishing Chair
        Department of Computer Science
        University of Liverpool
        Liverpool, UK L69 3BX.
        Voice: 44-51-794-3669
        Fax: 44-51-794-3715
        Email: [log in to unmask]
 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
STUDENT PARTICIPATION:
----------------------
Papers with a student as the primary author can enter the student paper
award competition.  A cover letter must identify the paper as a
candidate for the competition.
 
Graduate and undergraduate students are invited to participate in
Multimedia 94.  Student volunteers receive complimentary registration,
complimentary meals and the opportunity to interact with conference
attendees in return for helping with day-to-day operations of the
conference.  Housing costs for student volunteers may be reduced by
sharing hotel rooms.
 
IMPORTANT DATES:
----------------
        All submissions due: March 10, 1994.
        Notification of acceptance: June 10, 1994.
        Submissions in final form due: July 20, 1994.
 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE:
---------------------
        Co-Chairs:
                J. O. Limb, Hewlett-Packard.
                M. Blattner, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
                             and University of California, Davis.
        Steering Committee Chair:
                E. Fox, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and SU.
        Treasurer:
                R. Allen, Bellcore.
        Proceedings:
                J.J. Garcia-Luna, University of California, Santa Cruz.
        Workshops:
                D. Shepherd, Lancaster University, UK.
        Demonstrations:
                T. Little, Boston University.
        Video:
                M. Brown, Digital Equipment Corporation.
                D. Redell, Digital Equipment Corporation.
        Elec. Publishing:
                R. Rada, University of Liverpool, UK.
        Panels:
                A. Kuchinsky, Hewlett-Packard.
                S. Bulick, US WEST Advanced Technologies.
        Courses:
                E. Glinert, Renssaeler Polytechnic Institute.
        Local Arrangements:
                J.D. Smith, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
        Publicity:
                G. Parulkar, Washington University in St. Louis.
 
PROGRAM COMMITTEE:
------------------
        Chair:
                Prof. Domenico Ferrari
                Computer Science Division
                EECS Department
                University of California
                Berkeley, CA 94720 USA.
                +1 510 642 3806
                [log in to unmask]
 
        Co-Chairs:
                S. Ahuja, AT & T Bell Laboratories.
                F. Kitson, Hewlett-Packard.
                T. Kunii, University of Aizu, Japan.
                R. Phillips, Los Alamos National Laboratory.
                R. Rada, University of Liverpool, UK.
                R. Sacks-Davis, University of Melbourne, Australia.

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