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IMAGING ON THE INTERNET

From: Vinay Kumar <vinay@eit.com>
Date: Fri, 14 Jul 95 10:15:07 PDT
Message-Id: <9507141715.AA23445@eitech.eit.com>
To: www-talk@www10.w3.org
An FYI....Note that the deadline has been extended (August 15, 1995) and 
the 500 word abstracts are still being accepted. So feel free to send them 
in, it's a good thing !

Regards
----
 Vinay Kumar
vinay@eit.com
SPIE Conf. URL: http://www.eit.com/techinfo/mbone/whats-new.html


			    CALL FOR PAPERS
			 (Please redistribute)
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			IMAGING ON THE INTERNET

		Part of the IS&T/SPIE Symposium on Electronic
		     Imaging: Science And Technology

                         San Jose, California
			  Jan 29 - 31, 1996
============================================================================

Conference Chairs:
    Brian C. Smith, Cornell University
    Lawrence A. Rowe, University of California at Berkeley

Program Committee: 
    Shih-Fu Chang		Columbia University
    Wolfgang Effelsberg 	University of Mannheim
    Chad Fogg			Chromatic Research
    Ed Fox			Virginia Tech
    Arding Hsu			Siemans Research
    Howard Katseff		AT&T
    Fred Kitson			HP Labs
    Vinay Kumar			Enterprise Integration Technologies
    Tom Little			Boston University
    Sandy Pentland		MIT
    R. P. C.  Rogers		U.S. National Library of Medicine, NIH
    Raj Yavatkar		University of Kentucky
    Ramin Zabih			Cornell University
    Polle Zellweger		Xerox PARC

The proliferation of applications like the World-Wide Web and the
Internet Multimedia Backbone (the MBone) has resulted in vast amounts
of image and video data traffic on the Internet.  This, in turn, has
given rise to a host of technical, social, and legal problems
relating to creating, publishing, storing, indexing, transmitting, and
viewing image and video material on the network.

This conference serves as a forum where practitioners and researchers
can present and discuss state-of-the-art research, development, and
applications that use image and video on the Internet.  Papers are
solicited in the following areas related to Internet imaging and video,
including, but not limited to:

o Communication and Operating system issues for Internet image and video
o Compression and processing
o Language and Environments for Internet image and video applications
o Security, including encryption, and copy protection
o Applications of images and video on the Internet
o Content issues, such as indexing and retrieval
o World-Wide Web browsing and authoring tools
o User Interfaces for on-line materials
o Billing models for accessing and publishing on-line material
o Legal issues, including copyright and privacy
o Social impact

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR AUTHORS:
---------------------------------

Please submit an extended abstract for review.  Submissions should be
500 words or less and no more than 4 pages, including figures,
tables, and references.

Your extended abstract should include a cover page with the following
information:

    1. Title of paper
    2. Author names and affiliations, principal author first
    3. Correspondence address (both postal and electronic) for EACH author
    4. Submit to: (Conference Title -- Imaging on the Internet,
		   Conference Chair -- Brian C. Smith)
    5. Keywords
    6. Brief biography: 50 to 100 words (principal author only)

If possible, please print the abstract double sided, to save trees and
mailing costs.  Please send 5 hard copies of your extended abstract to:

        Professor Brian C. Smith
        Department of Computer Science
        Upson Hall
        Cornell University
        Ithaca, NY, 14853

        Phone: (607) 257-8120
        E-mail: spie96@cs.cornell.edu

In addition, send your extended abstract to SPIE in one of the
following ways:

  o Electronic mail: one copy (ASCII format) to abstracts@mom.spie.org
  o Fax: one copy to SPIE at 360-647-1445
  o Surface Mail: 4 hard copies to:
	IS&T/SPIE EI '96
	SPIE, PO Box 10, Bellingham, WA, 98225
	Telephone: 360-676-3290; FAX: 360-647-1445

Each extended abstract will be reviewed by at least three members of
the program committee.  Authors of accepted papers will be asked to
submit a camera-ready manuscript (not exceeding 12 pages) that will
appear in the conference proceedings.  The Conference Chairs and
Program Committee will also ask authors of the best papers to enhance
their papers and make journal form submissions to the ACM/Springer
Verlag Multimedia Systems Journal or tutorial style submissions for
IEEE Multimedia Magazine.

IMPORTANT DATES:
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Submission deadline:            August 15, 1995
Notification of acceptance:     September 15, 1995
Camera-ready abstracts due:     November 13, 1995
Camera-ready manuscripts due:   January 2, 1996

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