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MLMD@ICMLA 2013 : Machine Learning with Multimedia Data - Special session at ICMLA 2013

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Link: http://bit.ly/mlmd-13
 
When Dec 4, 2013 - Dec 7, 2013
Where Miami, Florida, USA
Submission Deadline Aug 31, 2013
Notification Due Oct 1, 2013
Final Version Due Oct 10, 2013
Categories    multimedia   music information retrieval   machine learning   recommender systems
 

Call For Papers

Machine Learning with Multimedia Data (MLMD'13)

Special Session in conjunction with IEEE ICMLA 2013
Miami, Florida, USA, Dec 4-7, 2013

http://bit.ly/mlmd-13

Extended Submission Deadline: August 31st 2013 (was: August 5th 2013)
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Vast amounts of new data in a large variety of formats and media modalities are made available worldwide on a daily basis. Much of this information is not easily reachable; for instance, accessing relevant rich multimedia information (e.g. audio, images, video) is an extremely challenging problem. Machine learning is used with varying success for diverse tasks dealing with multimedia data. Many problems remain, including effective data representation schemes, semantic-enabled feature representations, algorithms capable of dealing with high-dimensional spatio-temporal data, fusion of multi-modal content features or techniques for enabling cross-modal access to information (e.g. textual queries of video recordings).

This session aims at bringing together researchers working on applying machine learning to multimedia data, including music, video, speech, or images. We welcome papers describing work in progress and encourage submissions that make datasets available to the community.

TOPICS OF INTEREST
Topics covered by this special session include, but are not limited, to the following:

Feature extraction from multimedia data
Semantic content analysis, classification & annotation
Semi-supervised learning in multimedia data analysis
Learning techniques for cross-media enabled scenarios
Learning from user generated content in Social Media
Multimedia personalization and recommender systems
Multimedia machine learning in biometrics
Deep Learning applied to multimedia content
Optimal Learning from multimodal features
Semantic-aware interfaces for multimedia and cross-media navigation
Multimedia information retrieval
Spoken document retrieval
Speech recognition
Speaker recognition & diarization

PAPER SUBMISSION AND PARTICIPATION
For this edition of the ICMLA Special Session on Machine Learning with Multimedia Data, papers will be divided into two categories:
- Oral Presentation Papers, up to 6 pages long
- Poster Presentation Papers, up to 4 pages long.

Accepted papers will be published in the proceedings of the 12th IEEE ICMLA 2013 conference. Papers submitted for reviewing should conform to IEEE specifications. Further submission and formatting instructions can be found at: http://www.icmla-conference.org/icmla13/submit.htm

IMPORTANT DATES
Paper Submission Deadline: August 31st 2013 (was: August 5th 2013)
Acceptance Notification: October 1st 2013
Camera-ready Submission and Registration: October 10th 2013
ICMLA Conference: December 4th -7th 2013

SPECIAL SESSION ORGANIZERS

Dr. Jens Grivolla (Barcelona Media Innovation Centre)
Email: jens.grivolla@barcelonamedia.org

Dr. Jose San Pedro (Telefonica Research, Spain)
Email: jspw@tid.es

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