Call for Multimedia Grand Challenge Solutions
The Multimedia Grand Challenge presents a set of problems and issues from industry leaders, geared to engage the Multimedia research community in solving relevant, interesting and challenging questions about the industry’s 3-5 year vision for multimedia.
The Multimedia Grand Challenge was first presented as part of ACM Multimedia 2009 and has established itself as a prestigious competition in the multimedia community. This year’s conference will continue the tradition by repeating previous challenges and by introducing brand new challenges.
- IBM - New York City 360°
- Microsoft - MSR-Bing Image Retrieval Challenge Updated on June 16
- VideoLectures.NET Challenge (MediaMixer, transLectures): Temporal segmentation and annotation of lecture videos
- Technicolor – Emotional Response to Multimedia Content
- Huawei - Machine Learning for Computational Photography
- Significantly address one of the challenges posted on the web site.
- Depict working, presentable systems or demos, using the grand challenge dataset where provided.
- Describe why the system presents a novel and interesting solution.
The submissions (max 4 pages) should be formatted according to ACM Multimedia formatting guidelines. Multimedia Grand Challenge reviewing is double-blind so authors shouldn’t reveal their identity in the paper. The finalists will be selected by a committee consisting of academia and industry representatives, based on novelty, presentation, scientific interest of the approaches, and for the evaluation-based challenges, on the performance against the task.
Accepted submissions will be published in the conference proceedings, and will be presented in a special event during the ACM Multimedia 2014 conference in Orlando, Florida, USA. At the conference, finalists will be requested to introduce their solutions, give a quick demo, and take questions from the judges and the audience.
Winners will be selected for Multimedia Grand Challenge awards based on their presentation.
Important note for the authors: The official publication date is the date the proceedings are made available in the ACM Digital Library. This date may be up to two weeks prior to the first day of the conference. The official publication date affects the deadline for any patent filings related to published work.
The Multimedia Grand Challenge submission system (easyChair) is:
Submission Deadline: July 6, 2014
Notification of Acceptance: July 25, 2014
Camera-Ready Submission Deadline: August 11, 2014