November 11th MHC 05 Workshop at the Hilton Hotel Singapore, Indonesian Room at Level 5.
8:30 - 8:45 Welcome
8:45 - 9:15 Session Models
Lynda Hardman: Canonical Processes of Media Production
Alejandro Jaimes: A Component-based Multimedia Model
9:15 - 10:00 Session Applications
Brigitte Kerhervé: Design and Production of New Media Artworks
Frank Nack: Capture and Transfer of Metadata During Video Production
Nicholas Diakopoulos: Supporting Personal Media Authoring
10:00 - 10:30 Morning Tea (Foyer)
10:30 - 12:30 Discussion and modeling
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch (Restaurant, 24th Floor)
13:30 - 15:30 Modeling
15:30 - 16:00 Afternoon tea(Foyer)
16:80 - 10:30 Final modeling and wrap-up discussion
This workshop is organized as a brainstorming session. Participants are requested to get involved before, during and after the meeting.
All participants should familiarize themselves with the relevant ideas of the papers as provided in the schedule above and extract a list of key questions. Please send these questions to Frank.Nack@cwi.nl so that the clustered questions can be taken as corner stones for the discussion during the workshop.
Moreover, a wicki is established to exchange ideas before the meeting. Participants are strongly encouraged to participate in the collaborative edit of this document once available, as it will serve to normalize the terminology.
During the workshop participants with accepted statements will have time to present them briefly (15 minutes each). The statements will also be provided as posters to be consulted during the discussions. The essential part of the time will be devoted to discussion.
The organizers will prepare a workshop report containing the results of the workshop as well as the next steps in development. Participants are encouraged to contribute to this report. The position papers and this report will be made available in the ACM SIGMM website. A publication in form of either a journal article or a special issue in one of the leading journals (ACM TOMCCAP or IEEE MM) is anticipated. We will also establish a Wikipedia entry about the "Multimedia communication model".
Frank Nack, CWI, NL
Chitra Dorai, IBM Watson, USA
Lynda Hardman, CWI, NL
Brigitte Kerherve, Université de Quebec a Montréal, Canada
Stephen Kimani, Università di Roma, Italy
Frank Nack, CWI, NL
Kurt Piersol, Ricoh Innovations, USA
Nicu Sebe , UvA, NL
Freddy Snijder, Philips Research, NL