We invite researchers and practitioners to submit extended abstracts of systems and working prototypes addressing any aspect related to multimedia big data. The purpose of the demonstrations is to give BigMM attendants a real, practical, and interactive idea of the presenters' research ideas, scientific contributions, or engineering solutions in an interactive setting. All kinds of demonstrations of working systems, prototypes, or proof-of-concepts that demonstrate new solutions, interesting ideas, or new applications of multimedia big data are welcome.
Possible topics include, but are not limited to:
We encourage authors of regular paper submissions to submit associated demos. If this is the case, please indicate in the extended abstract the submission ID of the corresponding regular paper.
Authors and presenters of demonstrations must submit:
Demo submissions will be evaluated based on the following criteria:
It is recommended that the submitted files reflect the answers to these questions. Notice that these criteria are not exclusive. We aim at having a manifold and interesting demo session addressing all kinds of BigMM related issues. Thus, work that lacks in novelty, but demonstrates important aspects about BigMM is also welcome, as are initial implementations of preliminary but innovative, new ideas.
Presenters are expected to bring the necessary equipment (computers, etc.) themselves. The conference will provide a table, power outlet, and wireless (shared) internet. If you have special needs (e.g., more space), please include a related not into your demo submission.
Big Data Analytics in Multimedia Sensor Networks
The First Workshop on Learning-based Big Multimedia Understanding
International Workshop on Attractiveness Computing in Multimedia in conjunction of IEEE BigMM (IEEE-ACM 2017)
Social Multimedia Computing
IEEE BigMM Workshop on Cross-Platform Multimedia Big Search