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QoMEX 2013 : 5th International Workshop on Quality of Multimedia Experience 2013

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Conference Series : Quality of Multimedia Experience
 
Link: http://www.qomex2013.org/
 
When Jul 3, 2013 - Jul 5, 2013
Where Klagenfurt am Wörthersee, Austria
Submission Deadline Mar 6, 2013
Notification Due Apr 24, 2013
Final Version Due May 15, 2013
Categories    quality of experience   multimedia   information technology   signal processing
 

Call For Papers

Call for Papers
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Fifth International Workshop on Quality of Multimedia Experience
QoMEX 2013
3-5 July 2013
Klagenfurt am Wörthersee, Austria
http://qomex2013.itec.aau.at/
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The fifth international workshop on Quality of Multimedia Experience
(QoMEX) will bring together leading professionals and scientists
interested in evaluating multimedia quality and user experience. QoMEX
is the flagship workshop of the European COST action Qualinet, which
serves as its technical and financial sponsor. After San Diego (2009),
Trondheim (2010), Mechelen (2011), and Yarra Valley (2012), QoMEX 2013
will be held in Klagenfurt am Wörthersee, Austria.

Multimedia is a ubiquitous part of modern life; content is delivered to
a wide variety of devices both fixed and mobile, the consumption
environment can vary dramatically, and users increasingly demand fulfilling
interaction with their media. Evaluation, both objective and subjective,
of separate audio, video, or image content is well established, but there
are substantial challenges in assessing users' experiences of mixed
content. This is exacerbated by the diversity of devices, interfaces,
consumption environments, and content prevalent in today's market.
Increasingly, evaluation approaches must include psychological, perceptual,
and contextual dimensions to truly represent and measure the users'
experiences. Understanding and modelling how users react to and perceive
content and applications will inform and improve new applications and lead
to better user experiences.

Authors are invited to submit full (six pages) and/or short (two pages)
papers according to the guidelines available on the conference Web site.
The proceedings of will be published in IEEE Xplore (pending). Topics of
interest include but are not limited to:
- Visual User Experience (Image/Video/Graphics): Objective and subjective
quality evaluation, psychovisual modelling, quality-­centered processing,
compression and transmission, QoE evaluation in HD and beyond.
- Auditory User Experience (Speech/Audio): Psychoacoustic modelling, quality
assessment of interactive speech and audio applications/interfaces, models
and metrics for evaluation of spatial audio.
- Sensory User Experiences: Novel sensory interfaces, methods for sensory
user feedback, quality metrics and assessment methods for evaluation of
ambient and sensory experiences.
- QoE for Mobile Devices: device-­dependent, adaptive user interfaces,
evaluating interactive experiences on mobile devices, objective/subjective
evaluation of iPhone/Android multimedia applications.
- QoE for 3D Multimedia: QoE metrics and evaluation methods for 3D audio/video,
virtual, augmented and mixed realities, haptic interaction, other immersive
modalities, and interactive interfaces.
- Standardization Activities in Multimedia Quality Evaluation: Benchmarking
efforts, multimedia databases/datasets of various modalities (speech, audio,
video, sensory, etc.) and fidelities (quality, bitrate, etc.), testing conditions
and methods (crowdsourcing), new objective metrics/models.
- Quality Indicators and Uses: Mean Opinion Score (MOS) and alternatives,
acceptance vs. satisfaction, individual impairments, link between QoS and QoE,
long­‐term quality assessment, quality-based feedback and control, service­-level
agreements, crowdsourcing, etc.
- Applications and Services: Evaluating QoE in multimedia applications, e.g.,
games/gamification, biomedical/telemedicine, distance education, teleconferencing/
telepresence, multimedia Web search/browsing, cloud-­based multimedia applications,
crowdsourcing, etc.

Important Dates (tentative)
- Special session proposals: December 12, 2012
- Submission deadline: March 6, 2013 (full papers); March 20, 2013 (short paper)
- Notification of acceptance: April 24, 2013
- Camera-ready submission: May 15, 2013

General Chair
Christian Timmerer, AAU
General Co-Chair
Patrick Le Callet, Univ. Nantes

Technical Program Co­‐Chairs
Martin Varela, VTT
Stefan Winkler, ADSC/UIUC
Tiago H. Falk, INRS­‐EMT

Special Session Chair
Raimund Schatz, FTW

Steering Committee
Loretta Anania, EC
Alan Bovik, University of Texas
Ian Burnett, RMIT
Touradj Ebrahimi, EPFL/NTNU
Khaled El-­Maleh, Qualcomm
David Geerts, IBBT ­‐ KULeuven
Lina Karam, Arizona State Univ.
Bastiaan Kleijn, VUW
Sebastian Möller, TU Berlin
Fernando Pereira, IST
Andrew Perkis, NTNU-Q2S
Amy Reibman, AT&T Labs
Peter Schelkens, IBBT – VUB
Henry Wu, RMIT

Publicity Chairs
Christian Ritz, UoW (Asia/Pacific)
Peter Reichl, Univ. Wien (Europe)
Anthony Vetro, MERL (America)

Publications Chairs
Hermann Hellwagner, AAU
Henry Wu, RMIT

Preservation Chair
Andrew Perkis, NTNU-Q2S

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