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Meeting: Digital Video Compression 1996 San Jose

Digital Video Compression: Algorithms and Technologies 1996
(IS&T/SPIE Symposium On Electronic Imaging: Science and Technology),
Jan. 28 - Feb. 2, 1996, The SanJose Convention Center, SanJose, California.

Chairs: Bhaskaran Vasudev, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories;
Frans Sijstermans, Philips Research Laboratories;
Sethuraman Panchanathan, University of Ottawa;

Committee: Andrew Lippman, MIT Media Lab;
Ephraim Feig, IBM T.J. Watson Research Ctr.;
Eric Viscito, Chromatic Research Corp.;
James Normile, Apple Computer;
K. R. Rao, Univ. of Texas/Arlington;
King Ngan, Univ. of Western Australia(Australia);
V. Michael Bove, Jr.; MIT Media Lab;
Michael Orchard, Univ. of Illinois/Urbana-Champaign;
Riccardo Leonardi, Univ. of Brescia(Italy);
Robert Safranek, AT&T Bell Labs;
Shiv Balakrishnan, Philips Semiconductor Corp.;
Stefan Eckhart, Chromatic Research Corp.;
Subramania I. Sudharsanan, Digital Equipment Corp.;
Svetha Venkatesh, Curtin Univ. of Tech.(Australia);
Touradj Ebrahimi, EPFL, Lausanne (Switzerland);


Advances in computer and network technologies and the
availability of large-capacity storage devices have significantly
advanced multimedia capabilities of computer platforms and
consumer devices. The need to support digital video within this
multimedia environment imposes significant demands on such
multimedia systems. Technologies such as video compression are
therefore critical in such systems.


This conference brings together practitioners and researchers
working in all aspects of digital video. The conference will
serve as a forum for exchange of novel ideas on video
compression research, codec development, hardware and software
implementations. Presenters will be encouraged to demonstrate
their digital video solutions. Also encouraged are
presentations on the underlying concepts behind these
technologies and the compromises required when implementing such
technologies within real-world resource constraints.


Papers are solicited in all areas of digital video and audio
codec methods, including, but not limited to:
* basic video coding algorithms (DCT based, fractals, etc.)
* scalable video coding schemes (wavelets, sub-band, pyramids)
* motion-estimation techniques
* bitrate control issues and implementations
* pre and post processing for video compression
* MPEG, H.261 standards related video coding methods
(algorithms, implementations, software-only solutions)
* software-only video coder implementations
* special hardware implementations (VLSI, DSP, parallel processor)
* very low bit rate video coding techniques including H.26P
* morphological and model based coding methods
* video coding for wireless and mobile applications
* combined source-channel coding
* error concealment methods
* video scene content analysis in compressed and uncompressed
domain
* perceptual quality quantification
* audio compression methods


Papers describing case studies of digital video codec algorithms,
technologies and system integration issues are also welcome.
Each paper will be reviewed by members of the program committee.
Please submit a 5-10 page, double-spaced summary for review on
July 3, 1995 along with your abstract.

To qualify for Acceptance:
- send 500 word abstract of paper and 5-10 page double spaced summary
in one of following ways:
a) electronic mail to abstracts@mom.spie.org
b) fax to SPIE at 306-647-1445, or
c) mail (send 4 copies) to
IS&T/SPIE EI'96
SPIE P.O. Box 10, Bellingham, WA 98225, USA
Tel: 360-676-3290, Fax: 360-647-1445

Your abstract should include the following:
a) Title of paper
b) Authors' listing - full names and affiliations as they will appear in
the program.
c) Correspondence for each author - complete address, telephone, fax no.,
email address
d) Submit to: indicate conference title as
Digital Video Compression: Algorithms and Technologies 1996
indicate conference chair as
Vasudev Bhaskaran or Frans Sijstermans or
Sethuraman Panchanathan
e) The key words that best describe the subject of my work are: ......
f) Abstract text: 500 words
g) Brief biography: 50-100 words (principal author only)

- applicants will be notified of acceptance by Oct. 28, 1995.

- full manuscript for the conference proceedings must be submitted by
Jan. 2, 1996.

IMPORTANT NOTE: As of March 10, my telephone number changes to
(613)-562-5800 x6206 , and the FAX number becomes +1-613-562 5175.

S. Panchanatha, Associate Professor, Multimedia Communications
Research Laboratory, Department of Electrical Engineering, University
of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario,Canada : K1N 6N5, email :
panch@elg.uottawa.ca, panch@trix.genie.uottawa.ca, Phone :
(613)-562-5800 Extn. 6206, Fax : (613)-562-5175
All times are GMT + 1 Hour
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