ACM MM Best Papers CollectingACM Multimedia (ACM-MM) is the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)'s annual conference on multimedia, sponsored by the SIGMM special interest group on multimedia in the ACM. SIGMM specializes in the field of multimedia computing, from underlying technologies to applications, theory to practice, and servers to networks to devices.
Francesco Di Natale, Harsh Bhatia, Timothy S. Carpenter, Chris Neale, Sara Kokkila Schumacher,Tomas Oppelstrup, Liam Stanton, Xiaohua Zhang, Shiv Sundram, Thomas R. W. Scogland, Gautham Dharuman, Michael P. Surh
Proceedings of the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and ..., pp.57, (2019)
Computational models can define the functional dynamics of complex systems in exceptional detail. However, many modeling studies face seemingly incommensurate requirements: to gain meaningful insights into some phenomena requires models with high resolution (microscopic) detail t...
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MM '18: ACM Multimedia Conference Seoul Republic of Korea October, 2018, (2018): 792-800
We present a new large-scale database "Multi-Human Parsing " for algorithm development and evaluation, and advances the state-of-the-art in understanding humans in crowded scenes
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MM '18: ACM Multimedia Conference Seoul Republic of Korea October, 2018, (2018): 783-791
Automatic generation of natural language from images has attracted extensive attention. In this paper, we take one step further to investigate generation of poetic language (with multiple lines) to an image for automatic poetry creation. This task involves multiple challenges, in...
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ACM Multimedia, (2015)
We propose a type of novel weakly-shared Deep Transfer Networks to translate cross-domain information from text domain to image domain
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ACM Multimedia, (2015)
In this paper we propose to cast the head and body pose estimation problem into a matrix completion task
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ACM Multimedia, (2015)
We propose an affordable hard- and software solution for drift-free eye-tracking and user-friendly lens calibration within an head-mounted displays
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International Conference on Measurement and Modeling of Computer Systems, no. 1 (2015): 271-284
Besides the adversarial model studied in this paper, anonymous messaging applications face challenges under alternative adversarial models that can occur in practice
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ACM Multimedia, (2015)
We proposed a distributed deep learning platform, called SINGA, for supporting multimedia applications
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ACM Multimedia 2001, pp.9-18, (2012)
This paper presents a mobile visual localization system that achieve a comprehensive set of geo-context information
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Special Interest Group on Measurement and Evaluation, no. 3 (2012): 321-345
We study open systems where clients arrive according to a random process and leave the system upon service completion
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ACM Multimedia 2001, pp.39-48, (2012)
The interactive artistic puppetry presents a conflict scenario between two different cultural worlds: The performer implies modern technology based in the real world
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ACM Multimedia 2001, pp.23-32, (2011)
Electric Network Frequency (ENF) fluctuates slightly over time from its nominal value of 50 Hz/60 Hz. The fluctuations in the ENF remain consistent across the entire power grid even when measured at physically distant locations. The near-invisible flickering of fluorescent lights...
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ACM Multimedia 2001, pp.3-12, (2011)
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ACM Multimedia 2001, pp.13-22, (2011)
This paper presents a psychophysical study that measures the perceptual thresholds of a new factor called Color-plus-Depth Level-of-Detail peculiar to polygon-based 3D tele-immersive video. The results demonstrate the existence of Just Noticeable Degradation and Just Unacceptable...
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ACM Multimedia 2001, pp.1-2, (2011)
In the past two decades, we have witnessed bourgeoning research on content based multimedia information retrieval, covering a wide range of topics such as feature extraction, content matching, structure parsing, semantic annotation, multimodal analysis, 3D content retrieval, and ...
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ACM Multimedia 2001, pp.251-260, (2010)
The problem of joint modeling the text and image components of multimedia documents is studied. The text component is represented as a sample from a hidden topic model, learned with latent Dirichlet allocation, and images are represented as bags of visual (SIFT) features. Two hyp...
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ACM Multimedia 2001, pp.421-430, (2010)
There are more than 66 million people su®ering from hearing impairment and this disability brings them di±culty in the video content understanding due to the loss of audio information. If scripts are available, captioning technology can help them in a certain degree by synchronou...
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ACM Multimedia 2001, pp.25-34, (2009)
We present our design and deployment experiences with LiveSky, a commercially deployed hybrid CDN-P2P live streaming system. CDNs and P2P systems are the common techniques used for live streaming, each having its own set of advantages and disadvantages. LiveSky inherits the best ...
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ACM Multimedia, pp.15-24, (2009)
Query suggestion: search engine provides a list of suggested queries
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ACM Multimedia 2001, pp.5-14, (2009)
We investigate the challenging issue of joint audio-visual analysis of generic videos targeting at semantic concept detection
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