Workshop on Ambient Media Delivery and Interactive Television 2008, Quebec City, Canada

 
  IMPORTANT DATES:
  Paper Submission
October 18, 2007 (EXTENDED)    
    
  Author Notification
November 15, 2007    
  Camera Ready Due
December 15, 2007    
  Workshop
February 11-14 2008     






  
   ORGANIZERS:
   Program Chair

    Maria Luisa Sapino  
(Università di Torino and Arizona State University)
  
    
    
   Steering Committee

   Marina Geymonat   
(Telecom Italia - Torino)
   
    Roberto Rossetto
(Rai Teche - Torino)
    
    Maria Luisa Sapino
(Università di Torino and Arizona State University)
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AMDIT 2008

International Workshop on Ambient Media Delivery and Interactive Television

in conjunction with Ambi-Sys 08
February 11-14, 2008
Quebec City, Canada

The International Workshop on Ambient Media Delivery and Interactive Television aims at fostering interdisciplinary discussions and research in all aspects related to the data management challenges associated with the design of ambient media delivery and user aware interactive television systems.

Registration: please refer to the main conference Ambi-Sys site.

Through new interactive features, television is becoming a central hub for entertainment, communication, and sharing. Instead of old, push-based broadcasting to set-top-boxes, new pull-based, interactive services and tighter integration with other audio/visual entertainment devices enable ambient access to tv programming. AMDIT 2008 workshop focuses on the data management challenges associated with the design of ambient media delivery and user aware interactive television systems, to make television programmes available and easily accessible in multiple contexts, through diverse media devices.
Papers focusing on data information extraction and storage, classification, and recommendation are specifically encouraged.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to

  • Video content extraction and description
  • Content indexing and storage
  • Clustering , classification and genre recognition
  • User modelling, personalization and adaptive user interfaces techniques.
  • Tagging. and recommendation
  • Cross media integration
with the focus on audiovisual media and television programmes.

The workshop proceedings will be included in the ACM Digital Library.