ACM Multimedia 2004
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Technical Program Committee

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This year's Technical Demonstrations will showcase leading edge work and work in progress in every area of multimedia, including:

• Multimedia analysis, processing, and retrieval
• Multimedia networking and system support
• Multimedia tools, end-systems, and applications

Submissions are particularly encouraged in the areas of haptics, smell, sensors, novel interface design, immersive technologies, wireless multimedia applications, multimedia-based security applications, digital rights management, multimedia databases, content analysis, content-based retrieval, multimedia storage, multimedia networking, media processing, entertainment, compression, hypermedia authoring, and innovative applications.

All submissions will be peer-reviewed to ensure quality. An award will be given for the best technical demonstration, as judged by an evaluation panel. Demonstrators will be provided with space and access to a local (wired) network. Participants will be required to provide their own computing equipment and any additional network, display, haptic, sensor, etc., hardware needed for the demonstration.

Submission Instructions

What to submit:
• A short paper (two page maximum) describing your technical demo. Please use the standard ACM format (see )

In addition to the two page short paper, you may optionally submit one or more of the following multimedia documents that describe or illustrate the demonstration:

• a Microsoft Powerpoint presentation
• a Macromedia Flash presentation, or
• an MPEG video clip (not more than 3 minutes long)

Where to submit:

Please submit your demonstration proposal by sending email with the short paper and other supporting materials as attachments to

Important Dates

June 1, 2004
Technical Demo Submission Deadline

July 7, 2004
Technical Demo Acceptance Notification

July 25, 2004
Camera-ready papers


Please direct any questions regarding the technical demonstrations or submissions to the technical demo chairs:

Michael Vernick,, Avaya, or
Jim Griffioen,, Univ. of Kentucky