Paper Submission

Student authors are invited to submit research papers on original work (including recently published work) describing current research and novel ideas in Network Modeling and Design, Multimedia Computing, Network Multimedia Applications and Systems and Web Intelligence.

Copyright of the submitted work is held by the author/owner.

Authors should submit a four-page manuscript in double-column IEEE format including authors' names, affiliations, and a short abstract. Only electronic submission written in English will be accepted. Please download the paper format and sample files at the forum website Author's Kit.

Submissions can be made on http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=idf2009. For each accepted paper, we assumed that only one of the authers would attend the forum. The organizing committee provides the representative with free registraion.

All submissions are required to be approved by authors' advisors. Please fill in the manuscript registration form including the information about the manuscripts. Then, return it to the forum committee by the methods mentioned in the form.

Papers are solicited in all areas of network and multimedia computing,including, but not limited to:

Network Modeling and Design

  • Network architectures and algorithms
  • Network security
  • Network quality, reliability and fault-tolerance
  • Home, mobile, wireless, ad-hoc, and broadband networks
  • Next generation networks

Media Computing

  • Multimedia coding and trans-coding
  • Audio/video streaming
  • Multimedia content analysis and indexing
  • Multimedia authoring and retrieval
  • Multi-modal human-computer interaction and integration
  • Multi-modal biometric authorization
  • Multimedia security and rights management
  • Signal Processing and machine learning

Systems and Applications

  • System performance measurement and benchmark
  • Multimedia search engines
  • Multimedia in e-learning, entertainment and virtual reality
  • Telecommunication

Web Intelligence and Social Computing

  • Web structural, content, and usage mining
  • Web information clustering and classification
  • Web page search, crawling, and ranking techniques
  • Link analysis
  • Web metrics and statistics
  • Social Computing
2009/paper_submission.txt · Last modified: 2009/07/18 15:43 by hmlam
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