Submission guidelines

All submissions must be formatted according to the ACM Proceedings style and contain original work that is not being published or under review elsewhere. Each submission will undergo a double-blind reviewing process by at least 3 PC members. All accepted papers will be published together with the ACM Multimedia 2012 main conference proceedings and will be made available through the ACM digital library.

As indicated in the Call for Papers, this year's MIRUM workshop will allow for three categories of contributions: technical papers, position papers, and extended abstracts for technical demonstrations. Accepted contributions will be presented in oral sessions and a dedicated demo session:

  • Both technical and position papers have a strict page limit of 6 pages. Accepted technical and position papers will get an oral presentation slot, and will additionally get the opportunity for hands-on showcasing in the demo session.
  • Contributions that are intended for the demo session only should be accompanied by an extended abstract with a strict page limit of 2 pages. These extended abstracts will undergo a reviewing process similar to that of the regular papers.

Style files and more submission information can be found on the ACM MM workshop paper formatting guidelines page.

The workshop paper submission system can be found here.

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