Call For Papers

CFP (pdf)

The workshop solicits original and unpublished research achievements in various aspects of mobile video delivery, including, but not limited to, the following topics:

    * Mobile video services and applications
    * Video-on-demand technologies
    * Video streaming over 3G/4G, LTE, WiFi, WiMax
    * Peer-to-peer video and audio
    * Distributed video coding
    * Adaptive media coding & transport
    * Middleware support for mobile multimedia
    * Cross-layer architectures and technologies for mobile video
    * Wireless 3D video game streaming
    * Video sensing and ubiquitous video
    * Video-based health monitoring, surveillance
    * Video in social media and social network applications
    * Contextual video capture and delivery
    * Quality of experience metrics for video
    * Performance studies: real-time video QoS measurements, subjective video quality assessments
    * Video streaming over multiple heterogeneous networks
    * Opportunistic device-to-device video delivery

Submissions to ACM MoVid 2012 must include new, unpublished, original research. Papers containing substantially similar material may not be submitted to other venues concurrently with ACM MoVid 2012. All submissions will be handled electronically. Paper submissions must be limited to 6 pages, and formatted in strict accordance with ACM proceedings style. Paper submissions showing promising preliminary results may be accepted as posters. ACM MoVid 2012 also accepts work-in-progress poster submissions with a limit of 2 pages. Accepted papers and posters will be published in the workshop proceedings together with the proceedings of the ACM Multimedia Systems conference and will appear in the ACM Digital Library.