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The tutorial program of the ACM Multimedia conference is an opportunity to get information on the latest developments of the field from its leading experts. This year, we are pleased to present 6 tutorials (5 full-day and 1 half-day) over the course of two days (October 10-11).

Below is the tutorial schedule. The title of each tutorial is linked to a more detailed description. Information about tutorial enrollment fees and policies can be found on the registration page.

Sunday, October 10, 2004
Full Day

T2. Digital Rights Management of Multimedia Content via Encryption and Watermarking
Ahmet M. Eskicioglu, The City University of New York

T3. Understanding Media Semantics
Marc Davis, University of California, Berkeley
Chitra Dorai, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Frank Nack, CWI (The Netherlands)


Monday, October 11, 2004

Full Day

T6. Mobile User-Interface Design: For Work, Home and On the Way
Aaron Marcus, AM+A

T7. Machine Learning for Multimedia Applications
Flavia Sparacino and Yuan Qi, MIT

T8. Emerging Peer-to-Peer Technology: Fundamentals and Challenges
Ralf Steinmetz, Darmstadt Univ. of Technology, Germany

Half day

T9. Wireless multimedia transmission – challenges, principles, and standard
Sai Shankar, Philips Research Laboratories, USA
M. van der Schaar, University of California Davis