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AISB event Bulletin Item

CF Participation: Content-Based Multimedia Indexing, CBMI-2007 registration


Fifth International Workshop on

*Content-Based Multimedia Indexing, CBMI-2007*

*June 25-27, 2007**, **Bordeaux**, France*

* *

        Registration is open

/The dead-line for payment at a standard rate is May 20./

Please register at http://cbmi07.labri.fr/ -> Registration

In order to ensure conference services we invite you to fill-in the 

Pre-Registration form and follow the instructions for payment.

You will find the list of hotels at

http://cbmi07.labri.fr/ -> Travel and Accomodation

Following the four successful previous events of CBMI (Toulouse 1999, 
Brescia 2001, Rennes 2003 and Riga 2005), CBMI2007 will be held on June 
25  27 2007 at the University Bordeaux -1/LABRI, France. CBMI07 aims 
at bringing together the various communities involved in the different 
aspects of Content-Based Multimedia Indexing. A special issue of Signal 
Processing : Image Communication Journal, Elsevier is devoted to CBMI.

The Workshop is supported by IEEE, EURASIP, European research networks 
COST292 and Muscle, INRIA, CNRS, Region dAquitaine, University Bordeaux 
1, IBM


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Multimedia indexing and retrieval (image, audio, video, text)

Multimedia content extraction

Matching and similarity search

Construction of high level indices

Multi-modal and cross-modal indexing

Content-based search techniques

Multimedia data mining

Presentation tools

Meta-data compression and transformation

Handling of very large scale multimedia database

Organisation, summarisation and browsing of multimedia documents


Evaluation and metrics

*Paper submission*

Perspective contributors are invited to submit papers via conference 
web-site *http://cbmi07.labri.fr*

Submission of full paper (to be received by): January 25, 2007

Notification of acceptance: March 10, 2007

Submission of camera-ready papers: April 10, 2007

Submission of extended versions in Special issue of JSPIC March 1, 2007

*Chair of Organising committee :* Jenny Benois-Pineau, LABRI, University 
Bordeaux 1, France

*Technical Program Chair :* Eric Pauwels, CWI, The Netherlands

*Technical Program Commitee*

Rgine Andr-Obrecht (IRIT)

Yannis Avrithis (NTUA)

Michel Barlaud (I3S)

Jenny Benois-Pineau (LABRI)

Catherine Berrut (CLIPS-IMAG)

Alberto del Bimbo (U Florence)

Nozha Boujema (INRIA)

Patrick Bouthemy (IRISA/INRIA)

Matthieu Cord (LIP6)

Edward Delp (Purdue University)

Chabane Djeraba (LIFL)

Moncef Gabbouj (TUT)

Patrick Gros (IRISA)

Alan Hanjalic (TU Delft)

Benoit Huet (Eurecom)

Ebroul Izquierdo (QMUL)

Philippe Joly (IRIT)

Stephanos Kollias (NTUA)

Yiannis Kompatsiaris (ITI)

Riccardo Leonardi (U Brescia)

Stepahne Marchand-Maillet (UniGe)

Ferran Marques (UPC)

Jos Mara Martnez (UAM)

Bernard Merialdo (EURECOM)

Jan Nesvadba (Philips)

Andreas Nuernberger (U Magdebourg)

Francois Pachet (Sony)

Fernando Pereira (IST)

Georges Qunot (CLIPS-IMAG)

Andreas Rauber (TU Wien)

Gael Richard (Telecom)

Philippe Salembier (UPC)

Henri Sanson (FT R&D)

Steffen Staab (U Koblenz)

Alan Smeaton (DCO)

ShinIchi Satoh (NII)

/Murat Tekalp/ (KU)

*Cultural program* will be devoted to the oldest French tradition of 
Bordeaux wine making. It will comprise a visit to a historical castle 
and finest Bordeaux wine testing.

Jenny Benois-Pineau,
Chair of Organizing Committee