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*SUBMISSIONS OPEN* CfP Semantic Enabled Multimedia Presentation Systems

From: Lyndon Nixon <lyndon.nixon@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 21 Aug 2006 16:20:57 +0200
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 1st International Workshop on

 Semantic Enhanced Multimedia Presentation Systems (SEMPS)

 December 6, 2006 in Athens, Greece

 co-located with the

 Semantics and Digital Media Technology Conference (SAMT).



 Submission site http://conference.ag-nbi.de/semps06

 Deadline: 30 August 2006

 For more information see *


It is almost 10 years since Intelligent Multimedia Presentation

Systems (IMMPS) were formalised in a Standard Reference Model. Even

then, the role of knowledge bases and reasoning was recognised as a

vital element for the adaptive and automated production of multimedia

presentations. This decade has seen the rise of the Web as a platform

for multimedia delivery and of Semantic Web research to enable the

expression and manipulation of knowledge over the Web. The goal of

this workshop is to explore how Semantic Web technologies can be

applied to Multimedia Presentation Systems in order to support

Internet-based delivery of user and context personalised, rich

media-based Web presentations and new innovative types of online

service. We are soliciting high-quality original submissions that

present novel ideas in the field, discuss and question existing

paradigms and introduce new research directions.

Topics include, but are not limited to:

 Knowledge and Semantics in Multimedia Data Organisation,

 Describing users, devices, contexts etc. for targeted multimedia


 Ontologies and vocabularies for describing aspects of multimedia


 Dynamic generation of coherent multimedia presentations,

 Services delivering multimedia content in response to information


 Current Challenges in Semantic-enhanced Multimedia Presentation


 Important Dates

 August 30, 2006 - Submission of papers

 September 30, 2006  Notification of acceptance

 October 20, 2006 - Submission of camera-ready paper

 December 6, 2006 - Workshop


 We welcome submissions of either short or full papers to the workshop.

 Submissions can be made at http://conference.ag-nbi.de/semps06.

 Short papers may be up to 8 pages in length and accepted short papers

 will be presented in the workshop as part of a poster session. Full

 papers may be up to 15 pages in length and accepted full papers will

 be presented at the workshop as talks.  Submitted full papers may also

 be accepted for presentation as posters.

 Papers should be formatted in Springer LNCS format (http:// <http:///>

 www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html) and submitted in PDF format.

 The workshop proceedings will be made published online by CEUR (ceur-ws.org

 as well as distributed in hard copy at the workshop.

 Organizing Committee

 Lyndon Nixon, Free University Berlin, Germany

 Lynda Hardman, CWI, Amsterdam and TU Eindhoven, The Netherlands

 Ansgar Scherp, OFFIS, Oldenburg, Germany

 Susanne Boll, University of Oldenburg, Germany

 Sponsored by the EU Networks of Excellence KnowledgeWeb and K-Space.

 For further information, please contact nixon@inf.fu-berlin.de
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