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Meeting: Multimedia Signal Processing Workshop
 
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Tsuhan Chen (tsuhan@research.att.com)
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#9 Meeting: Multimedia Signal Processing Workshop

IEEE Signal Processing Society
1997 Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing
June 23-25, 1997
Princeton, New Jersey, USA

SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS

Thanks to the sponsorship of IEEE Signal Processing Society, the First
IEEE Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing (MMSP) will be held at
Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, USA, on June 23-25, 1997.
MMSP strives to bring together people in the signal processing
society, the communications society, and the computer society, and to
offer a forum for interaction. This workshop will feature keynote
addresses, technical presentations, panel discussions, exhibit tours,
and special sessions by invited speakers. To encourage interaction,
we are planning sessions with the format of presentation followed by
technical discussion on the same topic. These topics include, from a
signal-processing viewpoint: integration of media, human/machine
interfaces, and multimedia networks. In particular, papers are
solicited for, but not limited to, the following general areas:

1 Multimedia Processing: Compression for Multimedia (Audio, Video,
Speech, etc.), Integration of Media, Joint Audio-Video Processing

2 Multimedia Databases: Indexing, Retrieval, and Archiving, Authoring
and Editing, Digital Library, Content Preparation and Presentation

3 Multimedia System Design and Implementation: Parallel Architecture,
ASIC Design, Software and Hardware Design, System Integration, Signal
Acquisition

4 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, Cognitive Sciences

5 Multimedia Communications: Equalization and Synchronization,
Transport Protocols, QoS Control, Error Concealment and Loss Recovery,
Rate Control and Hierarchical Coding, Wireless Communication

6 Multimedia Applications: WWW and Hypermedia, Videoconferencing and
Collaboration Environment, Education and Distant Learning,
Telemedicine, Home-Shopping, Gaming and Virtual Reality, SDTV, HDTV,
SHDTV and Video on Demand

7 Standards and Related Issues: ITU-T Standards for Audiovisual
Communication, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, MHEG, DAVIC, ATM Forum, IETF,
HTML, VRML, and others, Compressed Domain Processing

SUBMISSION PROCEDURES

Prospective authors are invited to submit 5 copies of extended
summaries of no more than 4 pages. The top of the first page of the
summary should include a title, authors' names, affiliations, address,
telephone and fax numbers and e-mail address if any. Camera-ready full
papers (each up to 4 pages) of accepted proposals will be published in
a proceedings and distributed at the workshop. For further
information, please contact Ray Liu or visit our home page at
http://neuro.ece.wisc.edu/~tsuhan/mmtc.html Please send paper
submissions to:

Amy Reibman, Room 4E520
AT&T Labs - Research, 101 Crawfords Corner Rd, Holmdel, NJ 07733-3030,
USA, Phone +1-908-949-3470, Fax +1-908-949-3697

Text-only abstracts may be submitted electronically to:
amy@research.att.com

SCHEDULE

Extended summary received by: December 20, 1996
Notification of acceptance: February 1, 1997
Camera-ready accepted papers received by: March 15, 1997
Advanced registration received before: May 15, 1997

DEMONSTRACTION

We also call for proposals for demonstration, exhibits, and company
tours.
Please contact M. Reha Civanlar at civanlar@research.att.com

Co-Chairs

Tsuhan Chen AT&T Labs - Research tsuhan@research.att.com
Sun-Yuan Kung Princeton University kung@ee.princeton.edu

Technical Co-Chairs

Amy Reibman AT&T Labs - Research amy@research.att.com
Fred Juang Lucent Technologies bjuang@lucent.com

Local Chair

Mike Orchard Princeton University orchard@ee.princeton.edu

Publication Chair

Yao Wang Polytechnic University yao@vision.poly.edu

Finance Chair

Shih-Fu Chang Columbia University sfchang@ctr.columbia.edu

Exhibit Chair

M. Reha Civanlar AT&T Labs - Research civanlar@research.att.com

Publicity Chair

Ray K.J. Liu Univ. of Maryland, College Park kjrliu@isr.umd.edu

Registration Chair

Yu Hen Hu University of Wisconsin, Madison hu@eceserv0.ece.wisc.edu

Program Committee

A. N. Akansu, NJIT
E. B. George, TI
A. Hsu, Siemens
J.-N. Hwang, UW at Seattle
C.-C. J. Kuo, USC
S.-P. Liou, Siemens
A. Katsaggelos, Northwestern U.
C.-H. Lee, Lucent Technology
T. Meng, Stanford University
R. Nakatsu, ATR
T. Nishitani, NEC
P. Pirsch, Univ. of Hannover
D. Shaver, TI
B. Sheu, USC
M. J. T. Smith, Georgia Inst. Tech.
J. Sorensen, Tech. U. of Denmark
G. Sullivan, PictureTel
M.-T. Sun, UW at Seattle
A. M. Tekalp, U. of Rochester
P. Westerink, IBM
A. Zakhor, UC Berkeley
Y.-Q. Zhang, David Sarnoff

Organized by the Multimedia Signal Processing Technical Committee, in
cooperation with:
Digital Signal Processing Technical Committee
Image and Multidimensional Signal Processing Technical Committee
Speech Processing Technical Committee, and
New Jersey Center for Multimedia Research
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