ACM Multimedia

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ACM Multimedia
Discipline multimedia
Publication details
Publisher ACM SIGMM
History 1993-
Frequency annual
ACM SIGMM Records  
ACM SIGMM Rec.
Language English
Edited by Carsten Griwodz e.a.
Publication details
Publication history
2009-present
Frequency quarterly
Indexing
ISSN 1947-4598
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ACM Multimedia (ACM-MM) is the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)'s annual conference on multimedia, sponsored by the SIGMM special interest group on multimedia in the ACM. SIGMM specializes in the field of multimedia computing, from underlying technologies to applications, theory to practice, and servers to networks to devices.

In 2003, the conference was given an "Estimated impact factor" of 1.22 by CiteSeer, placing it in the top 15% of computer science publication venues.[1] In 2006 the Computing Research and Education Association of Australasia awarded it an 'A+' ranking for conferences attended by Australian academics and in 2012 it received an 'A1' rating from the Brazilian ministry of education.[2][3]

Past Conferences[edit]

Year Date Venue City Country Notes
2012 Oct 27 - 31 Nara Prefectural New Public Hall Nara Japan
2011 Noc 28 - Dec 1st Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort and Spa @ Gainey Ranch Scottsdale, Arizona United States
2010 Oct 25 - 29 Palazzo degli Affari Firenze Italy
2009 Oct 19 - 24 Beijing Hotel Beijing China
2008 Oct 27 – Nov 1 Pan Pacific Hotel Vancouver, BC Canada
2007 Sep 24-29 University of Augsburg Augsburg Germany
2006 Oct 23-27 Fess Parker's DoubleTree Resort Hotel Santa Barbara United States ISBN 1-59593-447-2
2005 Nov 6-11 Hilton Singapore Singapore ISBN 1-59593-044-2
2004 Oct 10-16 New York United States ISBN 1-58113-893-8
2003 Nov 2-8 Berkeley, California United States ISBN 1-58113-722-2
2002 Dec 1-6 Juan-les-Pins on the French Riviera France ISBN 1-58113-620-X
2001 Sep 30 - Oct 5 Ottawa Canada ISBN 1-58113-394-4
2000 Oct 30 - Nov 3 Marina del Rey Los Angeles, CA United States Proceedings: ISBN 1-58113-198-4; Workshops: ISBN 1-58113-311-1
1999 Oct 30 - Nov 5 Orlando, Florida United States Proc. Part 1: ISBN 1-58113-151-8; Proc. Part 2: ISBN 1-58113-239-5
1998 Sep 12-16 University of Bristol Bristol United Kingdom[4] ISBN 0-201-30990-4
1997 Nov 9-13 Seattle, WA United States ISBN 0-89791-991-2
1996 Nov 18 - 22 Hynes Convention Center Boston, MA United States ISBN 0-89791-871-1
1995 Nov 5-9 San Francisco, CA United States ISBN 0-89791-751-0
1994 Oct 15-20 San Francisco, CA United States ISBN 0-89791-686-7
1993 Aug 1-6 Anaheim, CA.[5] United States ISBN 0-89791-596-8

ACM Multimedia workshops[edit]

Open Source Competition[edit]

Starting in 2004, ACM Multimedia hosts an Open Source competition, providing an award for the best Open Source computer program(s).[6]

  • 2015:
    • Winner: Chris Sweeney, Tobias Hollerer, Matthew Turk, "Theia: A Fast and Scalable Structure-from-Motion Library"
  • 2014:
    • Winner: Yangqing Jia, Evan Shelhamer, Jeff Donahue, Sergey Karayev, Jonathan Long, Ross Girshick, Sergio Guadarrama, Trevor Darrell, "Caffe: Convolutional Architecture for Fast Feature Embedding"
  • 2013:
    • Winner: Dmitry Bogdanov, Nicolas Wack, Emilia Gómez, Sankalp Gulati, Perfecto Herrera, Oscar Mayor, Gerard Roma, Justin Salamon, Jose Zapata Xavier Serra (UPF), “ESSENTIA: an Audio Analysis Library for Music Information Retrieval”
  • 2012:
    • Winner: Petr Holub, Jiri Matela, Martin Pulec, Martin Srom, “UltraGrid: Low-latency high-quality video transmissions on commodity hardware”
  • 2011:
    • Winner: J. Hare, S. Samangooei, D. Dupplaw, “OpenIMAJ and ImageTerrier: Java Libraries and Tools for Scalable Multimedia Analysis and Indexing of Images”
    • Honorable Mention:“ClassX – An Open Source Interactive Lecture Streaming System” “Opencast Matterhorn 1.1: Reaching New Heights” Presented by Profs. Pablo Cesar and Wei Tsang Ooi
  • 2010:
    • Andrea Vedaldi, Brian Fulkerson, VLFeat – An open and portable library of computer vision algorithms – VLFeat
    • Rob Hess, An Open-Source SIFT Library – Open-Source SIFT
    • Florian Eyben, Martin Woellmer, Bjoern Schuller, openSMILE – The Munich Versatile and Fast Open-Source Audio Feature Extractor – openSMILE
  • 2009: Caliph & Emir, MPEG-7 photo annotation and retrieval
  • 2008: Network-Integrated Multimedia Middleware (NMM).[7]
  • 2007: Programming Web Multimedia Applications with Hop.[8]
  • 2006: CLAM (C++ Library for Audio and Music) (CLAM), an open source framework for audio and music research and application development.[9][10][11]
  • 2005: OpenVIDIA, a GPU accelerated Computer Vision Library.[12]
  • 2004: Two winners[13]
    • ChucK, an audio programming language for real-time synthesis, composition, performance, and analysis.
    • Flavor, A Formal Language for Audio-Visual Object Representation

Other conferences on the same topic[edit]

  • ACM International Conference on Multimedia Retrieval (ICMR)
  • ACM International Conference on Multimedia Modeling (MMM)
  • ACM Multimedia Systems Conference (MMSYS)
  • IEEE International Conference Multimedia Expo (ICME)
  • IEEE International Symposium on Multimedia (ISM)
  • IEEE International Packet Video Workshop (PV)

Other conferences on related topics[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ CiteSeer; Steve Lawrence; Kurt Bollacker; Lee Giles (2003). "Estimated impact of publication venues in Computer Science". 
  2. ^ "2007 Australian Ranking of ICT Conferences" (PDF). Computing Research and Education Association of Australasia. 2007. Archived (PDF) from the original on 2007-10-08. Retrieved 2007-10-20. 
  3. ^ Conference Ranks
  4. ^ Simon Price. "The World Comes to Bristol: A Report from ACM Multimedia '98". Interact. Learning Technology Support Service, University of Bristol (17). ISSN 1368-4590. 
  5. ^ Ralf Steinmetz; Klara Nahrstedt (2004). Multimedia Systems. Springer. p. 7. ISBN 3-540-40867-3. In addition to a large number of system and networking national and international conferences and workshops, that have special tracks of sessions on multimedia system research, there are several international conference focussed on multimedia systems only, in particular: ACM Multimedia Conference (the first conference took place in Anaheim, California, August 1993), IEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo (the first conference was held in May 1994), SPIE Multimedia Computing and Networking (MMCN), ACM Network and Operating System Support for Digital Audio and Video (NOSSDAV), IEE/IFIP International Workshop on Quality of Service (IWQoS), and European Workshop on Interactive Distributed Multimedia Systems and Telecommunication Services (IDMS). 
  6. ^ Susanne Boll (October–December 2007). "Share It, Reveal It, Reuse It, and Push Multimedia into a New Decade". IEEE Multimedia. 14 (4): 14–19. doi:10.1109/MMUL.2007.83. 
  7. ^ "Program". ACM Multimedia Conference. 2008. Archived from the original on 2007-11-11. 
  8. ^ "Program". ACM Multimedia Conference. 2007. Archived from the original on 2006-11-27. 
  9. ^ "Open Source Competition". ACM Multimedia Conference. 2006. Archived from the original on 2007-10-12. 
  10. ^ "CLAM wins the 2006 ACM open source multimedia competition". Center for Research in Electronic Art Technology. Archived from the original on 2007-07-20. 
  11. ^ "CLAM wins ACM MM Open Source Competition". 2006-07-10. Archived from the original on 2007-10-25. 
  12. ^ "Program" (PDF). ACM Multimedia Conference. 2005. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2007-06-23. 
  13. ^ Ramesh Jain; SIGMM Chair (June 2005). "SIGMM FY'05 ANNUAL REPORT" (PDF). 

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