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Issue No. 02 - April-June (2007 vol. 14)
ISSN: 1070-986X
pp: 83

    Tagging and Metadata for Social

    Information Organization Workshop

    8 May 2007

    Banff, Canada

    This workshop will be held in conjunction with the World Wide Web 2007 conference. A wide range of topics will be considered in the social, design, and computational aspects of tagging and social information organization. The following topics, however, will be of primary interest: semantics, cognition, social networks, usability and interfaces, and tagging multiple kinds of media across multiple media types.

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    Int'l Workshop on Multimedia Content

    Analysis and Mining

    30 June–1 July 2007

    WeiHai, China

    This workshop will consist of four half-day sessions, each consisting of a panel followed by discussions and poster presentations. The four basic session topics are multimedia analysis and applications; multimedia search and mining; peer-to-peer streaming; and security. Within these topics, a wide variety of additional topics could be covered, such as multimodal interaction and integration, multimedia content description and indexing, affective content analysis, context-aware multimedia communications, and robust watermarking and authentication of multimedia.

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    Int'l Conf. Mobile Learning

    5–7 July 2007

    Lisbon, Portugal

    This conference seeks to provide an international perspective and empirical research on some of the greater issues in mobile learning. Potential topics include gaming and simulations in mobile learning; collaborative, cooperative, and contextual mobile learning; mobile learning in developing countries; and new tools, technologies, and platforms for mobile learning.

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    ACM Int'l Conf. Image and Video Retrieval

    9–11 July 2007

    Amsterdam, The Netherlands

    A unique feature of this conference is the reportedly high level of participation from practitioners. Potential topics include content-, semantic-, and affect-based indexing, search, and retrieval of images and videos; advanced descriptors and similarity metrics for images, audio, and video; fusion of multimedia data sources; retrieval from multimodal lifelogs; and ontologies for annotation and search of images and videos.

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