ISM2014 Demonstration

The IEEE ISM 2014 organizing committee invites proposals for technical demonstrations to be presented in conjunction with the symposium. Technical Demonstrations will show leading edge work in any area of multimedia technology and its applications. Demonstrations offer the opportunity to present and receive feedback on live working systems, in an informal setting.

Submissions are particularly encouraged in the following areas, but not limited to:

  • Semantics, Modeling, Indexing, and Retrieval: indexing, retrieval, semantics, ontologies, fuzzy methods, segmentation, animation, summarization, recognition (object, event, emotion, text), tracking, video panorama (mosaics, background), clustering, classification, multi-sensor environments, content management, speaker identification & recognition, personalization, building archives

  • Interfaces: Visualization, interactivity, human body tracking, multi-modal interfaces, authoring, composition, browsing, sharing, web, input devices (touch, tangible, wearable, 3D, virtual, etc.)

  • Streaming: P2P, HD, wireless, mobile, scalable, video, audio, animation, digital TV

  • Communication Systems: Internet telephony, video teleconferencing, social networks (YouTube, Flickr, Twitter, Facebook, Google+, etc.)

  • Systems and Architectures: Mobile, pervasive, interactive, GPU-based, software, storage (Cloud)

  • Coding: Processing Audio/Video/Image/Animation/Graphics/Terrain data, compression, performance, quality improvement, multi-resolution, sprite, scalable, multi-view, rendering, synthesis

  • Security & surveillance: Digital watermarks, encryption, surveillance, face detection & recognition, human behavior analysis, target (object) detection & tracking, forensics, copyright, wild-life monitoring

  • Simulations: Networks, algorithms, synchronization

  • Applications: Mobile apps (iOS, Android, Windows8, etc.), Multimedia big data, collaborative, apps for handicapped (e.g., sign language, navigation assistance), e-commerce, advertising, education (e-learning, distance education, e-book)

  • 3D: Capture, Reconstruction, Graphics, Coding, Display, Broadcasting, Interfaces

  • Gaming & Virtual World: Gaming, digital art, animations, motion capture, gaming, virtual and augmented reality

  • Science& Engineering: Bioinformatics, Robotics, Atmospheric Science, Control systems, Transportation Systems

The written and spoken language of ISM 2014 is English. For technical demonstrations, authors should submit:

  • a 2-page manuscript in double-column IEEE format including the authors' names and affiliations,

  • a short abstract electronically, following the submission guidelines available on the ISM2014 web page, and

  • a presentation/video, which can be a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation, a Macromedia Flash presentation, or an MPEG/WMV video clip, not more than five minutes long. Please create a single zip archive of all files, and upload it to the paper submission system. Only electronic submissions will be accepted. All technical demonstration papers should be in Adobe portable document format (PDF). The Conference Proceedings will be published by the IEEE Computer Society Press and be available for online access via IEEEXplore.

All submissions will be peer-reviewed to ensure quality. Demonstrators will be provided with space and access to a local network, however, demos should not rely on Internet access. The participants will be required to provide their own computing equipment and any additional network, display, or other specific hardware needed for the demonstration.

Important Dates

  • Demo Proposal Submission: July 18, 2014

  • Demo Notification: September 5, 2014


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