in conjunction with the DEXA’10
University of Deusto
30 August – 3 September 2010
Multimodal data and multimodal interaction are actually emerging issues involving from health to environmental data. They address new approaches for human-machine interaction, machine learning, information retrieval, query processing, data mining and other relevant aspects connected with the complexity the real world, which is widely and intrinsically characterized by multimodality,
The pervasive use of mobile devices, the development of more natural users’ interfaces and the new possibilities offered by the evolution of Web applications, the more and more sophisticated sensors used for health applications, as well as sensors and tools used for security and environmental sensors collect multimodal data and information.
The purpose of this workshop will be to discuss and provide a scenario about: 1) theories and techniques about multimodal information retrieval, multimodal data mining and multimodal databases for indexing, representing, organizing, querying and extracting features from multimodal data, 2) machine learning 3) multimodal interfaces and multimodal interaction languages used in a more natural/flexible Human Machine Interaction approach, 4) the multimodal Web interaction.
Topics of interests include but are not limited to:
� Multimodal Information Retrieval
� Multimodal Web Interaction
� Indexing, Search, and Retrieval Techniques of Multimodal Data
� Multimodal Database Systems
� Multimodal Query Processing
� Multimodal Data Mining
� Multimodal Data and Machine Learning
� Information Extraction
� Information Fusion and fIssion
� Multimodal Query Languages
� Multimodal Interfaces and Multimodal Interaction Languages
� Evaluation of Multimodal Interfaces
� Security, Privacy, & Access Control
� Multimodal Data Streaming
� Mutimodality and Environmental Data
� Multimodality and Health
� Richard Chbeir, Bourgogne University, email: email@example.com
� Karin Coninx, Hasselt University, Belgium, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
� Fernando Ferri, IRPPS-CNR, Italy, e-mail: email@example.com
� Patrizia Grifoni, IRPPS-CNR, Italy, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
� Submission of abstracts: March 20, 2010
� Submission of full papers: March 27, 2010
� Notification of acceptance: April 15, 2010
� Camera-ready copies due: May 15, 2010
The full paper submission is limited to 5 pages in length (IEEE ICDE Format). Simultaneous submission to another conference/workshop/journal is not allowed. Papers must be original and have not been published or under consideration for publications elsewhere. Papers will be reviewed by at least 3 program committee members for their technical merit, originality, significance, and relevance to the workshop.
At least one author of each accepted paper is required to attend the conference and present the paper. Papers accepted for presentation will be published by IEEE Computer Society Press as proceedings of the DEXA’10 workshops.
Best papers will be selected for possible publication in specialized international journals.