The conference accepts 5 types of contributions:
Each contribution (regular, special session, VBS, demo paper, etc.) must be associated with one full conference registration; only one contribution can be associated with each registration. Registered participants are expected to attend the conference.
Full paper submissions (Regular & Special Session papers) must not exceed 12
pages (all manuscript content, including figures, tables and references, must fit
into the page limit).
Regular research paper submissions (including special session papers – except if explicitly stated otherwise in the call text for a specific special session) will be peer-reviewed in a double-blind review process; thus, the submissions need to be properly anonymized.
VBS & Demo Paper submissions must not exceed 6 pages (including figures,
tables, and references) and must conform to the same formatting instructions. VBS and Demo paper
submissions need not be anonymized.
An additional 1-2 pages should be appended to your paper illustrating what will be shown at the demo session at MMM. This additional content will not be published in the conference proceedings, should the submission be accepted. We also recommend including a URL linking to a short video (max. 3 min) to accompany the paper that shows the demo in action.
Presenters are expected to bring the necessary equipment (computers, etc.) themselves. The conference will provide a table, power outlet, wireless (shared) internet and a poster board. If you have special needs (e.g., more space), please include a related note into your demo submission.
BNI papers should be no longer than 6 pages in length, with one additional page for references if needed.
BNI submissions will be reviewed by conference chairs in a single-blind review process.
To submit to MMM 2022, please go to the MMM 2022 conftool submission site.
Thank you for your time and effort in reviewing for MMM’22. Your expertise directly contributes to maintaining the high quality of the MMM conference series and strengthening the multimedia research community.
As a Technical Program Committee (TPC) member, we expect that you are already experienced with writing excellent reviews. However, in practice we find that guidelines can help the review process and the most important of our guidelines are:
We now present our guideline for best practices when reviewing for MMM’22.
1. Check the paper topic:
2. Support your statements:
3. Respect the authors:
4. Please include in your review:
5. Special regulations due to COVID-19:
Policy on arXiv papers: We consider a “publication” to be a manuscript that has undergone peer review and has been accepted for publication. This means that the following points apply to arXiv papers (and any other papers available online that have not been peer reviewed):
If you have any questions about the guidelines, please contact the Technical Program Chairs at firstname.lastname@example.org
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