call for papers, previous message From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Arturo A. Rodriguez) Subject: CFP: Multimedia Computing and Networking 95 Date: 18 Apr 1994 13:50:51 -0500 CALL FOR PAPERS MULTIMEDIA COMPUTING AND NETWORKING 1995 Part of IS&T/SPIE Symposium on Electronic Imaging: Science & Technology San Jose Convention Center, San Jose, California, February 5-11, 1995 In Cooperation with IEEE Computer Society Advances in computer and networking technologies have fueled the rapid growth of research and development in high-speed networking and multimedia computing. As emerging multimedia technologies set higher performance levels at competitive costs, they are starting to enable and proliferate multimedia solutions in a spectrum of commercial products and laboratory projects. This conference brings together researchers, developers, and practitioners working in all facets of multimedia computing and networking. The conference will serve as a forum for the dissemination of state-of-the-art research, development, and implementations of multimedia systems, technologies, and applications. Presenters will be encouraged to make multimedia presentations and demonstrate their solutions. Papers are solicited in all areas of multimedia, including, but not limited to: 1. Multimedia Computing and Presentation (e.g., hardware and software architectures, real-time operating system services, data representation, time-keeping mechanisms, data streaming and delivery mechanisms, event processing, synchronization and real-time compositing, display mechanisms, media and user interaction) 2. Multimedia User Interfaces (e.g., video widgets, synthetic animation, interactive navigation schemes) 3. Multimedia Networking (e.g., network protocols, quality-of-service control, bandwidth management strategies, transmission of media streams, synchronization mechanisms, connections, data exchange and formats) 4. Multimedia Authoring Systems (media capture and creation, scripting languages, authoring metaphors, editing techniques, data transitions) 5. Multimedia Applications (e.g., video conferencing, e-mail, education and training, digital libraries, medical applications, entertainment and games) 6. Multimedia Services to the Home (e.g., set-top technologies and operating systems; video-on-demand services; video servers; community networking architecture) 7. Collaborative Multimedia Computing (e.g., concurrency control of shared multimedia objects; cyberspace communication, presentation, and interaction; electronic communities; entertainment and games) 8. Multimedia Standards, documents, and data interchange. Conference Chairs: Jacek Maitan, University of North Carolina/Charlotte Arturo A. Rodriguez, Kaleida Labs Mong-Song Chen, IBM T. J. Watson Research Program Committee: H. W. Peter Beadle, U. of Wollongong (Australia) S. K. Chang, University of Pittsburgh Jerome R. Cox, Jr., Washington University J. J. Garcia-Luna, University of California, Santa Cruz Nicolas Georganas, Univ. of Ottawa (Canada) Simon J. Gibbs, Univ. of Geneva (Switzerland) Riccardo Gusella, Hewlett Packard Labs Wendy Hall, U. of Southampton (UK) Dilip D. Kandlur, IBM T. J. Watson Research John O. Limb, Hewlett Packard Labs Thomas D. C. Little, Boston University Ken Morse, Kaleida Labs A. Desai Narasimhalu, National University of Singapore Bonnie Nardi, Apple Computers. P. Venkat Rangan, Univ. of California, San Diego Lawrence A. Rowe, Univ. of California Berkeley Ralf Steinmetz, IBM European Network Center (Germany) Scott M. Stevens, Carnegie Mellon Univ. INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS Each paper will be reviewed by members of the program committee. The deadline for paper submissions is 11 July 1994. Please submit four copies by mail, or one copy by e-mail or fax, of a five to ten page, double-spaced summary and other requested information to: IS&T/SPIE EI95 High-Speed Networking and Multimedia Computing 1995 P.O. Box 10 Bellingham, WA 98227-0010 USA Shipping address: 1000 20th St., Bellingham, WA 98225 Telephone: (206) 676-3290 Telefax: (206) 647-1445 Internet email@example.com Please include the following information: 1. Title of Paper 2. Authors' full names, affiliations, address, phone, fax and e-mail 3. Include a sentence indicating that the paper is intended for Multimedia Computing and Networking 95 4. Summary text (five to ten double-spaced pages) 5. Authors' Biographies The Conference Chairs and Program Committee will ask authors of the best papers to make journal form submissions to Multimedia Systems or tutorial style submissions to the IEEE Multimedia Magazine. A special issue of the Multimedia Systems journal will be devoted to the theme of the conference. Multimedia Systems is an international journal jointly published by ACM and Springer-Verlag. IEEE Multimedia is a technical magazine co-sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society and the IEEE Communications Society.