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Welcome to
BigMM 2017
Welcome to 3rd International Conference on Multimedia Big Data.
Venue
The Hills Hotel, Laguna Hills, USA. more information
Camera-ready
Author Final Paper Preparation and Submission Instructions
Registration
Registration is now available!
Invitation letter
For those who need an invitation letter for VISA purpose, please email Jenny Jin at jenniyk2@uci.edu with the registration receipt, paper acceptance email with the paper name and author list.
Program
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About IEEE BigMM


Jointly sponsored by the IEEE-TCMC (Technical Committee on Multimedia Computing), IEEE-TCSEM (Technical Committee on Semantic Computing), BigMM aims to establish a community of researchers from academia and industry focusing on the synergetic interactions between multimedia content and big data analytics. It is a world premier forum of leading researchers in the highly active multimedia big data research, development and applications.

Multimedia, as one of the most important and valuable sources for insights and information, is increasingly being considered as big data." Multimedia big data includes but is not limited to text, image, graphics, audio, video, social, and sensor data that is highly valuable in decision making. It covers from everyone experiences to everything happening in the world. As such, multimedia big data is spurring on tremendous amount of research and development of related technologies and applications.


Important Dates


  • Workshop Proposals: 11:59pm PST, October 3, 2016
  • Workshop Proposal Acceptance Notification: October 10, 2016

  • Regular Paper Submission: 11:59pm PST, January 20, 2017 (extended)
  • Short Paper Submission: 11:59pm PST, January 20, 2017 (extended)
  • Industry Paper Submission: 11:59pm PST, January 20, 2017(extended)
  • Demonstration Paper Submission: 11:59pm PST, January 20, 2017(extended)

  • Notification of Paper Acceptance: February 13, 2017
  • Camera-ready: February 27, 2017
  • Registration Deadline: February 27, 2017
  • Conference: April 19-21, 2017


Paper Submission


Authors are invited to submit regular papers (two-column 8 pages maximum), short papers (two-column 4 pages maximum), industry papers (two-column 4 pages maximum), and demonstration papers (two-column 2 pages maximum) to present novel theoretical and practical solutions addressing problems with multimedia big data and related applications. Detailed guidelines can be found at the BigMM 2017 website.


The conference solicits high-quality original research papers in any aspect of multimedia big data. Topics include, but are not limited to:

  • New theory and models for multimedia computing
  • Ultra-high efficiency compression, coding and transmission of multimedia big data
  • Content analysis and data mining
  • Semantic retrieval
  • Deep learning and cloud computing
  • Green computing for multimedia big data (e.g., high efficiency storage)
  • Security and privacy in multimedia data
  • Interaction, access, visualization of multimedia data
  • Multimedia systems
  • Novel and incentive applications of multimedia data in various fields (e.g., search, healthcare, life sciences, manufacturing, industry 4.0, transportation, and retail)