16th International Conference on Signal Processing and Multimedia Applications

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1 16th International Conference on Signal Processing and Multimedia Applications SIGMAP is part of ICETE, the 16th International Joint Conference on e-business and Telecommunications. Registration to SIGMAP allows free access to all other ICETE conferences. ICETE 2019 will be held in conjunction with ICSOFT 2019 and DATA Registration to ICETE allows free access to the ICSOFT and DATA conferences (as a non-speaker). Upcoming Deadlines Regular Paper Submission Extension: March 21, 2019 Regular Paper Authors Notification: May 2, 2019 Regular Paper Camera Ready and Registration: May 16, 2019 The purpose of SIGMAP 2019, the International Conference on Signal Processing and Multimedia Applications, is to bring together researchers, engineers and practitioners interested on information systems and applications, including theory and practice in various heterogeneous and interrelated fields including image, video and audio data processing, new sources of multimodal data (text, social, health, etc.) and Multimedia Applications related to representation, storage, authentication and communication of multimedia information. Multimedia is a research field that includes computing methods in which different modalities are integrated and combined, with the aim to take advantage from each data source. Conference Areas 1. Multimedia and Communications 2. Multimedia Signal Processing 3. Multimedia Systems and Applications 4. Multimedia and Vision 5. Multimedia and Deep Learning 6. Multimedia Indexing and Retrieval 7. Social Multimedia Conference Chair Mohammad Obaidat1, University of Jordan, Jordan and Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan 1 Received the IEEE ComSoc Technical Achievement Award at GlobeCom 2018 PROGRAM CO-CHAIRS Sebastiano Battiato, University of Catania, Italy Ángel Serrano Sánchez de León, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain Keynote Speakers V.S. Subrahmanian, Dartmouth College, United States Jalel Ben-Othman, University of Paris 13, France Doctoral Consortium Submission: May 29, 2019 Open Communications Submission: May 29, 2019 SCOPE The purpose of SIGMAP 2019, the International Conference on Signal Processing and Multimedia Applications, is to bring together researchers, engineers and practitioners

2 interested on information systems and applications, including theory and practice in various heterogeneous and interrelated fields including image, video and audio data processing, new sources of multimodal data (text, social, health, etc.) and Multimedia Applications related to representation, storage, authentication and communication of multimedia information. Multimedia is a research field that includes computing methods in which different modalities are integrated and combined, with the aim to take advantage from each data source. Traditionally, the multimedia research community has been able to handle big data, promote and create large scale datasets, as well as to address new challenges by proposing novel methods and applications. In the last few years, the amount of exchanged multimedia information have experienced an exponential growth (e.g., Social Network Platforms), as well as the availability of signal data coming from smart personal devices (e.g., smart watches, wearable sensors, smart bracelet, etc.) and other kinds of sensors. This allowed the development of new applications, aimed to take advantage from this huge amount of data. In this context, theoretical and practical methods, based on modern learning techniques (e.g., Deep Learning), able to improve each step of the processing, analysis, communication and presentation in such applications' pipelines are needed. The signal processing field, when combined with multimedia information encompasses a large number of research topics and emerging applications. CONFERENCE AREAS Each of these topic areas is expanded below but the sub-topics list is not exhaustive. Papers may address one or more of the listed sub-topics, although authors should not feel limited by them. Unlisted but related sub-topics are also acceptable, provided they fit in one of the following main topic areas: 1. MULTIMEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS 2. MULTIMEDIA SIGNAL PROCESSING 3. MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS 4. MULTIMEDIA AND VISION 5. MULTIMEDIA AND DEEP LEARNING 6. MULTIMEDIA INDEXING AND RETRIEVAL 7. SOCIAL MULTIMEDIA AREA 1: MULTIMEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS Digital Audio and Video Broadcasting Interactive Multimedia: Games and Digital Television Mobile and Wearable Multimedia Multimedia Devices Multimedia Internet of Things Multimedia Security and Cryptography Performance Measurement and Evaluation, QoS AREA 2: MULTIMEDIA SIGNAL PROCESSING Biometrics and Pattern Recognition Text and Image Document Analysis Dimensionality Reduction, Multiple Classifiers and Data Fusion Education in Signal Processing Multidimensional Signal Processing Multimodal Signal Processing Music, Speech and Audio Processing Neural Networks, Spiking Systems, Genetic Algorithms and Fuzzy Logic

3 Perceptual/Human Audiovisual System Modeling Sensors and Multimedia AREA 3: MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS 3D Virtual/Augmented/Mixed Environments and Surveillance Applications Multimedia Security, Privacy and Forensics Secure Multimedia Transmission Biomedical Applications Design and Implementation of Signal Processing Systems Multimedia Databases Multimedia Human-Computer Interaction Semantic Analysis of Multimedia Data Multimedia and Big Data Multimedia in Cloud Computing and Applications Multimedia Entertainment AREA 4: MULTIMEDIA AND VISION Image and Video Processing, Compression and Segmentation Video Content Analytics Multimodal Image Analysis and Understanding Image/Video Summarization and Visualization Multimedia Processing for Augmented And/Or Virtual Reality (3D Telepresence) Multi-Camera Coding and Streaming AREA 5: MULTIMEDIA AND DEEP LEARNING Deep Representation Learning from Multimedia Inputs Deep Learning for Multimodal Data Analytics Cross Modal Transfer Learning for Multimedia Analysis Adversarial Deep Learning Methods for Generative Multimedia Applications Deep Learning for Audio-Visual Sounds Source Separation and Localization Deep Multimodal Embeddings AREA 6: MULTIMEDIA INDEXING AND RETRIEVAL Multimedia Recommendation Visual Search Summarization and Semantic Abstraction of Multimedia Content Multimodal Cross-Modal Indexing and Retrieval Social Media Indexing and Retrieval Semantic Aware Multimedia Indexing (E.G., Affect, Sentiment, Interest) Evaluation of Multimedia Retrieval Systems Applications of Multimedia Indexing and Retrieval (E.G., Lifelogs, Culture, Video Surveillance) Hashing and Indexing for Large Scale Multimedia Retrieval Cross-Media Retrieval AREA 7: SOCIAL MULTIMEDIA Crowdsourced Multimedia Analysis and Applications Emotional and Social Signals in Multimedia Mobile and Social Media Analysis Socual Multimedia for User Profiling and Customization Social Network Analysis Collecting Large Scale Social Signal Data Emotional Multimedia Content Tagging ICETE KEYNOTE SPEAKERS V.S. Subrahmanian, Dartmouth College, United States Jalel Ben-Othman, University of Paris 13, France

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