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AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: Workshop on Mobile Multimedia Processing (WMMP 2008)

Deadline for Paper Submission: June 15, 2008
The First International Workshop on Mobile Multimedia Processing (WMMP 2008)
In Conjunction with 
The 19th International Conference of Pattern Recognition 2008
December 7, 2008, Tampa, Florida

The motivation of this workshop is to timely address challenges in applying advanced pattern recognition, signal, information and multimedia processing techniques, and new emerging technologies in networking and communication to mobile systems, given the proliferating market of mobile and portable devices. The proposed scope of this workshop includes, but not limited to, the following areas:
o Mobile speech, image and video processing, mobile surveillance and vision system
o Medical, Biometric, authentication and security technologies
o Mobile navigation, content retrieval, context aware applications
o Multimodal interfaces, filtering, visualization, personalization techniques and recommender systems for mobile devices
o Entertainment applications in mobile environment
o Networking and communication technologies for delivery of media to mobile devices
o Mobile multimedia applications in geospatial information systems
Important Dates:
Paper submission:      June 15, 2008
Author notification:     July 15, 2008
Workshop registration by:   Aug. 8, 2008
Final manuscript due:      Aug 15, 2008
Submission Page Limit: 8 pages single column LNCS style
Publication: Workshop Proceeding and Springer LNCS State-of-the-Art Surveys Sub-series
For Details: Please visit Workshop website at
Prof. Xiaoyi Jiang 
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
University of Mnster
Best regards,
Xiaoyi Jiang, Germany
Matthew Ma, USA
Chang Wen Chen, USA