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1999 International Workshop on
Multimedia Signal Processing

September 13 - 15, 1999
Copenhagen, Denmark

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> Call for Papers

Prospective authors are invited to submit extended summaries of no more than 4 pages. The camera-ready full papers (each up to 4 pages) of accepted proposals will be published in proceedings and distributed at the workshop.

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, Agents, Avatars and Talking Heads.
  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 Environments, 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, MPEG-7, MHEG, DAVIC, ATM Forum, HTML, VRML, and others. Compressed Domain Processing.

A Postscript version of Call for Papers is also available, however additional information is given here.

> Submission Schedule

Extended summary received by: January 15, 1999
Notification of acceptance: April 15, 1999
Camera ready papers received by: June 4, 1999
Advance registration before: August 1, 1999

> Paper Summary - Submission Guidelines

The extended summary submission procedure is as follows.

1. Prepare Paper Summary:

2. Paper Summary Registration: 3. Paper Summary Submission:
Chose one of the following three methods (you select the method in the Registration Form).
  1. The Paper Summary can be submitted electronically by ftp upload (preferred).
  2. The summary can be sent as an attachment to an email.
  3. If you cannot submit your Paper Summary electronically, it can be sent by standard mail following the steps below:
Section for Digital Signal Processing
Department of Mathematical Modelling, Build. 321
Technical University of Denmark
DK-2800 Lyngby

Now go to the Paper Summary Registration Form.

> Demo - Submission Guidelines

Prospective authors are invited to submit proposals for demonstrations. Please contact the Demo Sessions Chair: Kim Tilgaard,

> Final Papers - Layout and Submission    (Authors' Kit)

Dear MMSP99 Author:

Congratulations on the acceptance of your paper and/or demo for presentation at MMSP99. This Authors' Kit provides general instructions and materials to help you to prepare your paper for inclusion in the printed proceedings and the CD-ROM.

There are two types of submissions to MMSP99: papers and demos. Authors whose papers are accepted please follow the instruction for papers (oral and poster). Authors whose demos are accepted please follow the instruction for demos.

Please note that each paper must be accompanied by a workshop registration fee.

Instructions for Papers (Oral and Poster):

Instructions for Demos:

> Instructions for Presentations    (Authors' Kit)
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